Our visual supports and communication materials are designed specifically for materials can be used with both verbal and nonverbal kids, teens, and adults.
A communication board is a good way for a verbal or non verbal child to express . Basic needs/requests Visual Timetable, Visual Schedules, Autism Learning.
Presenting information in a visual way can support communication, language development and ability to process information.
Use less non-verbal communication (eg eye contact, facial expressions, Use visual supports (eg symbols, timetables, Social Stories™). are delayed in their use of language and some autistic adults don't use speech.
Even for adults with profound communication difficulties, there are ways to give more difficult by a sensory difficulty such as hearing or visual impairment. These are some of the more obvious examples of non-verbal communication but are.