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Adding Content to Your iPadsTo Support Students WithAutism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
People with ASDCommunicationSocial SkillsBehaviour
People with ASDAll behaviour iscommunication
Apps for AACSupporting communication for people with little or no speechand complex communication needs
EVERYONE!
Effective use of iPadSettingsRestrictionsGuided access
Visual tools
BenefitsRoutinesTransitionsExpectationsClear stepsOn taskConsistent language
Theres an app for that!Visual Schedule PlannerChoiceworksStoryRobeCustom BoardsVisual routineWeek plannerKids calendar
Positive Behaviour Support
Functional Behaviour AnalysisAccess or AvoidAttentionAccess or Avoidan ItemAvoid a Task orDemandAccess or AvoidSensory Input
Theres an app for that!First Then Visual ScheduleiEarnedThatToken BoardsTime timerSharing timerCalm counter
Social skills
NeedsDetermine behaviour / skillPre teachingReinforcement and feedbackConsistencyReview
Social Storieswww.thegraycentre.org
Teach a required social skill
Prepare someone for newevents and experiences
Teach a positive behaviour
Teach a new skill
There’s an app for that!PictelloBook CreatorCreative Book BuilderPuppet PalsiMovieStrip DesignerPixnTell
Feelings• Recognising andidentifying feelings• Expressing feelings• Handling feelings of anger,anxiety, stress
Friendships• Making friends• Maintaining friendships• Sharing, winning and losing• Eye contact, body language,talking and ...
Conversations• Conversation rules• Initiating, maintaining and endingconversations• Topics• Taking turns
Conflict Resolution• Negotiation• Problem solving• Ways to resolve conflict• Choices when faced withconflict
Classroom Behaviours• Listening and attention, followingdirections• Asking for help• When you dont understand• Interrupting
So What?What? What next?What? What haveI learnt?
So What?What? What next?So What?How will I usethis in myclassroom/program?
12.30 -1.301.30 - 3.003.00 - 3.30LunchiPads to support students with learning support needs inmainstream classrooms.Taking...
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  1. 1. Adding Content to Your iPadsTo Support Students WithAutism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
  2. 2. People with ASDCommunicationSocial SkillsBehaviour
  3. 3. People with ASDAll behaviour iscommunication
  4. 4. Apps for AACSupporting communication for people with little or no speechand complex communication needs
  5. 5. EVERYONE!
  6. 6. Effective use of iPadSettingsRestrictionsGuided access
  7. 7. Visual tools
  8. 8. BenefitsRoutinesTransitionsExpectationsClear stepsOn taskConsistent language
  9. 9. Theres an app for that!Visual Schedule PlannerChoiceworksStoryRobeCustom BoardsVisual routineWeek plannerKids calendar
  10. 10. Positive Behaviour Support
  11. 11. Functional Behaviour AnalysisAccess or AvoidAttentionAccess or Avoidan ItemAvoid a Task orDemandAccess or AvoidSensory Input
  12. 12. Theres an app for that!First Then Visual ScheduleiEarnedThatToken BoardsTime timerSharing timerCalm counter
  13. 13. Social skills
  14. 14. NeedsDetermine behaviour / skillPre teachingReinforcement and feedbackConsistencyReview
  15. 15. Social Storieswww.thegraycentre.org
  16. 16. Teach a required social skill
  17. 17. Prepare someone for newevents and experiences
  18. 18. Teach a positive behaviour
  19. 19. Teach a new skill
  20. 20. There’s an app for that!PictelloBook CreatorCreative Book BuilderPuppet PalsiMovieStrip DesignerPixnTell
  21. 21. Feelings• Recognising andidentifying feelings• Expressing feelings• Handling feelings of anger,anxiety, stress
  22. 22. Friendships• Making friends• Maintaining friendships• Sharing, winning and losing• Eye contact, body language,talking and listening.
  23. 23. Conversations• Conversation rules• Initiating, maintaining and endingconversations• Topics• Taking turns
  24. 24. Conflict Resolution• Negotiation• Problem solving• Ways to resolve conflict• Choices when faced withconflict
  25. 25. Classroom Behaviours• Listening and attention, followingdirections• Asking for help• When you dont understand• Interrupting
  26. 26. So What?What? What next?What? What haveI learnt?
  27. 27. So What?What? What next?So What?How will I usethis in myclassroom/program?
  28. 28. 12.30 -1.301.30 - 3.003.00 - 3.30LunchiPads to support students with learning support needs inmainstream classrooms.Taking your learning further
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