Download аחԁ print tһеѕе pictures аחԁ helpers аt health.groups.yahoo.com One way tο live better wіtһ autism іѕ tο сrеаtе a coping system. Learn һοw tο mаkе аחԁ υѕе a handbook tһаt contains vital information, photographs, picture cards, аחԁ οtһеr helpers.

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8 Responses to “Your Living Well With Autism Handbook”
  1. livingwellwithautism says:

    @jujojv1 please check the website on my youtube channel — they are free. If you have any problems downloading or printing them, please email me and I will see what I can do to help

  2. livingwellwithautism says:

    @canaantaxi1 The picture cards can be downloaded and printed for free from the website that is on my youtube channel.

  3. livingwellwithautism says:

    @jujojv1 I really did! I taught my son SO many things with picture cards, even how to say “I love you.” I still use picture schedules sometimes. You know, we all use lists and recipes and how-to videos…every sighted person uses visual helpers to some degree. The hardest thing is having them on hand when you need them but try the inexpensive organizers, or buy them online from sources like Boardmaker

  4. jujojv1 says:

    did you have any success with the picture cards?

  5. jujojv1 says:

    I’m also trying to get the picture cards you use. My brother is a single parent with a 9 yr old son, Aaron. I’m trying to assist him anyway I can. Pls help

  6. canaantaxi1 says:

    how do i get the picture cards you use. I need them. My child is 9 and has autism. the picture cards will help so much

  7. livingwellwithautism says:

    Thank you! Take care, Mary

  8. Timmysmom1298 says:

    Wonderful praticle advice for parent/families living with Autisim! Thanks for all of your work.

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