DIY Visual Supports online course

What are visual supports for autistic people, how might they help, and how can I make some?

If you’ve ever wondered these questions (or more!) about tangible or digital items such as picture schedules, first-then displays, or step-by-step instructions for autistics of all ages, this  webinar is for you!

Appropriate for autistic/similar viewers as well as support people such as families, teachers, and assistants!

 15.00

endever*, an adult autistic self-advocate, will talk about their experiences making and using visual supports for themself, show-and-tell some of the items they’ve created, give advice on crafting and implementing your own supports, and field any questions you may have lingering about how you or your neurodivergent child/student/etc can use similar items. Appropriate for autistic/similar viewers as well as support people such as families, teachers, and assistants!

 

About endever* corbin: endever* corbin is a mostly-nonspeaking autistic self-advocate from the United States . They enjoy doing informal activism in their community such as blogging and mentoring, as well as more formal advocacy work such as participatory research and presentations. Their current special interest is the show Stranger Things, and they love writing and crafting all kinds of things.