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Free online resourcesFor teachers and parents of children with Autism and significant learning challenges.
Visual timetable for home Visual timetables and schedules are used with children who are on the autistic spectrum to create some structure and expectation of their daily routine to help them manage it. Students with autism typically respond well to routine and predictability. So, visual timetables can reduce any anxiety they may have and help them make sense of everyday life.
HelpKidzLearnA collection of games and resources designed for a range of educational needs and stages. It includes provision for school closure.
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