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Visuals and Visual Supports

Session 3

March 22, 2022
9:30 am
- 12:00 pm
Hosted By: Trevor Friesen, Adalie Le Nguyen, Cynthia Miller-Lautman, & Aimee-Elizabeth Parsons

Part 1: What are visual supports?

Visual supports are simple tools that can make a big difference when working with people who have communication difficulties. During this training, you will learn what are visual supports, why they are important, with whom they can be used and how to use them easily. 

Part 2: Visual Schedules

An image is worth a thousand words. Visual schedules can help people “see” what you mean, prepare for transitions, build autonomy and reduce anxiety. They can also work with many different ages and abilities. In this interactive workshop, you will learn and practice how to create and use visual schedules.

Training Week FAQ

The events are free.

No.  Just click on the “Attend the Session” link on the event page.

The sessions are on Zoom, so you should have it installed on your device.  A pair of headphones with a microphone are also ideal.

Training week is geared toward the Cree communities of Eeyou Istchee – James Bay.

The sessions are aimed at anyone who has a family member, friend or loved one with a disability, as well as teachers, educators and community workers. Law enforcement and emergency response personnel are encouraged to attend as well.

The sessions are geared toward the Cree communities of Eeyou Istchee – James Bay, but everyone is welcome.

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TRANSCRIPT: Visuals and Visual Supports

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