Going to Church Communication Keyring - Autism PECS – The Autism Whisperer

Going to Church Communication Keyring - Autism PECS

The Autism Whisperer


$ 14.00
There are 24 symbols in all and are a larger 2 1/2 inch x 2 1/2 inch size and printed in color on 110lb cardstock and commercially heat laminated with 5 mil plastic. Each symbol is hole-punched in the corner, and placed on a silver, binder-ring style key ring. You can open the keyring and add or remove any symbols at any time or rearrange them in any order.

Catholic version has: rosary, kneel, holy water, priest, and homily

How does a communication Keyring work?

Keyring visual aids are designed for their ease of use and portability. The front and main card is called the 'indicator' card. It will show your child the main activity that is about to take place, such as Going to Church. The card symbols held within the Keyring will help your child process the event by giving them the important parts of the activity along with critical social cues they need to know to help make their experience a success.

By offering your child visual cues during an activity, you will actually help them process the event more smoothly. Displaying visual aids to a child will help them organize and understand what is going and give them a better grasp of what they need to do.

Examples of symbols:

-Church (Indicator Card)
-minister (priest)
-sing
-communion
-offering
-pray
-Ten Commandments
-angel
-altar
-bible
-Sunday school
-please be quiet
-cross
-sermon (homily)
-sit down
-Jesus
-baptism
and more...

The Autism Whisperer™
Visual Aids for Visual Kids™

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