Monday, 21 September 2015

Free resources for communication

When you need something, it always takes lots of time, access to images of what you want to represent and money to develop them.

Here is a solution. All you need to do is, color print them and laminate for durability.(Officeworks is great here!).  You can even personalise them.

There are a couple of ways to access free sequences for all sorts of activities at Home and School and Early childhood settings from toilet routines (boy or girl) to dressing and play time.

Then there are sequences you can have for less regular activities, such as Going to the Dentist or Getting a Hair Cut. You choose how much detail of the sequence is needed, as you cut and paste the images for your own needs.  

 Did you know there is a pilot scheme for having your own child's non electronic communication board/s developed. Check our Kids Chat

There is a similar scheme for adults which has been going for a number of years now. NECAS

I am happy to provide assessment and help you identity  your person's vocabulary and language needs with regard to supports for communication  and interaction.


Cathy Basterfield
Speech Pathologist
Access Easy English
ph: 0466 579 855

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