Symbol Support with Widgit Online

To promote this year’s World Autism Acceptance Week (28th March – 3rd April) I would like to talk about one of my favourite resources, Widgit Online.  Widgit Online is, as the name suggests, a web based package using Widgit symbols.  Providing visual support to those on the spectrum is important as it provides structure and […]

Creating Routines with Alexa

Recently I have been experimenting with making ‘Routines’ in the Alexa app.  I believe the ‘Routines’ function within the app has so much potential, the possibilities are endless. As a parent of four year-old twin boys, one of which has Cerebral Palsy and communication difficulties, I am going to share with you how I have […]

Colourful Semantics Sentence Sets in Clicker

Recently I attended an initial assessment with a client at a school who were using Colourful Semantics.  Colourful Semantics is an approach used to teach children about sentence building and sentence structure. Different parts of a sentence, such as the verbs, nouns and adjectives, are colour coded. The sentence cues of Who? What doing? What? […]