HomeGeneral DiscussionTell a FriendText SizeSearchMember Area

This site powered by MemberGate

home | Visuals


Children in the autism spectrum tend to be visual learners. As a result they generally learn and perform better when provided with visual instructions and prompts. In this department you will find a large variety of visuals including picture strips, visual instructions, signs and more. Most of our visuals are in PDF and require a PDF reader to access.  Please read our article for information on how to use our visual instructions and picture strips.


Add or Subtract Visual
Add or Subtract Visual (Small Version)
After school schedule Checklist
Asking for Help
Asking Someone to Play Visual Cards
Bathroom Door Signs
Birthday Party Schedule Pictures
Break Cards
Bus Rules
Calendar Schedule
Calm Story
Chores Pictures
Chores Pictures 2
Classroom Jobs
Classroom Picture Schedule
Cleaning My Bedroom
Coming to School
Communication Board
Desk and Table Rules
Drawing Out Problems Visual
Emotions Cards
First, Then Board
First, Then Toilet Training
Following Instructions
Fourth of July Schedule Pictures
Getting Dressed Picture Strip
Getting Dressed Pictures & Text
Getting Ready for Bed Checklist
Getting Ready for Bed Picture Strip
Getting Ready for Bed Pictures & Text
Getting Ready for School Picture Strip
Getting Ready for School Pictures & Text
Going to Mass Pictures & Text
Going to the Dentist Picture Strip
Going to the Doctor Picture Strip
Group Rules
High-5 Visual
How to Choose Who Will Be First
How to Listen
How to Use Your Words
I need Help
Inexpensive Homemade PECS Book (Picture Exchange Communication System)
Last Night at Home
Line Visuals
Lunch Choice Board
Lunch Pictures Set 2
Making Mistakes
McDonald's Kids Menu
Modulating Voice Levels
Multiply or Divide Visual
Multiply or Divide Visual (Small Version)
My Turn, Your Turn Visual
Picture Schedule Pictures
Play Choice Board
Problem Solving Board
Problem Strategy Board Pictures
Raising Hand Tickets
Riding a Tricycle
Rules for Lining up After Recess
Rules For Walking In Line
Shopping Rules
Small Group Classroom Setup
Snack Choices
Snack Choices 2
Tactile Calendar Companion
Teacher Area
Thinking of Others Visual
Today at School
Toilet Paper Stop Line
Toy Pictures
Tying My Shoes
Using Visuals For Work Completion
Wall Ball Instructions
Wash Hands
What To Do When the Rules Change on the Playground
When I am Angry
Winning and Losing Visual
Work Completion Schedule

Here's what our members are saying ...

"I am so glad I found your site. I am a first year teacher in an autistic support class. Since my classroom is new, I didn't have a lot of materials or curriculum. I have gotten so many great ideas and tools for use in my room.
What  a great resource!"
Becky M.
Palmerton, PA

"I am an Education Assistant and have supported children with diverse learning for quite a long time. A friend of mine recommended your site as a resource.  I just had to tell you that I'm BLOWN away by this!  It is fantastic.  I actually downloaded so many useful things that I used up all   the ink in my printer!  I can't wait to try out the games, social stories, etc. that I printed off.
I can't thank you enough for making my job easier!"
Judy E.
Calgary, AB Canada

"Thank you for providing me, as an educator, with excellent information and resources, which enabled me to support my students identified with autism so well. I made sure our Autism Spectrum Disorder team through our school board was  made aware of your website. I know they were quite impressed with the resources and support it offered. Keep up the amazing work!"
Alison G.
Burlington, AB Canada

"I have only looked at one link on your website and I am SO thankful that I signed up for a membership!  
I am a speech pathologist who works with children with severe autism at one of the elementary schools I'm assigned to.  I can't wait to find creative ideas and lessons to use with my students!  I was running out of ideas so I  can tell that your website will help rejuvenate me. 
Thank you!!!  Thank you!!"
Stacy R.
Aliso Viejo, CA

"I would like to thank you so much for your web site... My grandson is autistic and after three years in the school system, we have seen some strides forward, but as he gets older they are mainstreaming him more and more without the help of an aide.  We have spoke to the district repeatedly and are not getting very much response from my daughter has made the decision to home school.  Your site is very good, comprehensive and a God send. Thank You!!!
Gage's Grandmother

"You are always so kind to make me feel like I am getting MORE than I paid for. Autism Inspiration actually makes me feel like I am getting something and you care.  Not just that you got my money and don't need to worry about my needs or questions."
VaLynne N.
Midvale, UT

"This is the greatest website ever!  Thank you to those that created this.
Angela M.
Buford, GA