Visual timetables are particularly useful for children who struggle with change, we use them at Pace with our children and young people who have a neurodisability like cerebral palsy
What is a visual timetable?
A visual timetable uses drawings, pictures or symbols to enable children to know what will happen across their day or week – or even to explain the next activity.
Visual timetables are particularly useful for children who struggle with change.
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