Laminate these and take them with you on-the-go, or put them up at home (e.g., put the hand-washing schedule over your bathroom sink).
To teach your child to learn these skills and achieve independence, point to the next step to help your child learn to visually reference the schedule (you may choose to do this silently to cue them to the visual).
As your child masters the skill, you can fade the cues as needed.
Many kids with autism are visual learners. These really do work! Also see these social stories.
Click here to download and print free picture cards "Dressing Skills" from Do2Learn (includes more clothes and boy/girl versions) and "Clothes" picture cards
Helpful tips about teaching toileting skills from Cathy Knoll, FAQAutism
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