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How visual calendars can help ASD children in routine activities

Mugdha Kalra
3 to 7 years

Created by Mugdha Kalra
Updated on Jul 24, 2020

Reviewed by Expert panel

Children on the autism spectrum often find it difficult to follow instructions or remember a sequence of instructions. Since most kids on the spectrum are visual learners, Visual calendar is a great tool to add structure and routine to their day to day activities. It helps them get more organized, cultivates independence as well as provides them with a sense of fulfillment. Mugdha Kalra, a resourceful and proud autism mom talks about how visual calendars have been helpful for her child and shares a simple technique to make one at home. 

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