Online resources for PECS & Social Stories
Welcome to the Irish Autism Action links library. Here you will find an extensive list of links to websites on autism, Asperger syndrome and related issues from around the world.
The resources on this website are provided for your help and information only. They are sites maintained by other groups, organisations and individuals and these links are provided in good faith. The presence of a link does not ecessarily imply that IAA endorses or supports the originator(s), nor does the absence of a group imply that IAA does not support it. IAA cannot be held responsible for any damage or loss caused by any inaccuracy or inconsistency in linked sites/pages, nor does it have any jurisdiction over the content of these resources or their accessibility. All sites are checked for autism relevance and information content prior to publication here but given the nature of ease of updating on the web, we cannot be held responsible for the quality of the
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Educate Autism, an Irish website dedicated to helping those working with children with autism by providing free teaching materials, various tutorials to help you make your own teaching aids and informational articles about Applied Behaviour Analysis and behavioural principles.
ABA Educational Resources – for Token boards, Visual Schedules and pecs.
Autism and dental care, covering common dental problems that patients with autism are more prone to and how these can be managed.
Do2learn – free cards for Visual Schedules – Task Analysis etc
Hometrain – Practical advice on how to start and implement a Home Tuition Programme. The ‘Learning Together’ course is designed to help teach basic skills and language to children with learning difficulties.
PECS UK Training in the basics of picture exchange communication with Pyramid Educational Consultants.U.K. Courses run in Ireland on a Regular Basis.
The Gray Centre – ‘What are social stories?’ and how to create your own.
AutiPlan – Free for private use App that enables you to
easily create planners using clocks and pictograms for people (mainly
children) who have Autism.
Therapics – a range of visual aids and ABA materials designed to help children on the autism spectrum learn and develop through fun games and activities.
– Fiona received funding from all five Dragons on Irish Dragons Den to create this app. Suitable for adults and children, image2talk can be completely customised to meet the communication needs of individuals with communication disorder such as Autism, Aphasia, Down Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Stroke or any type of disorder where verbal speech is impaired.
Grace App was created by Irish Mum to two children with autism, Lisa
Domican. It is a non-speaking, simple picture exchange system developed
for people with Autism to communicate their needs independently. Users
can select pictures to form a semantic sentence which they can then
share, by tilting the iPhone or iTouch to create a full screen view,
and pointing at each card to hear the listener read each word. Also for
use on an ipad.