Visual Supports

When it comes to supporting children's communication and learning needs, visual supports are valuable in presenting information in a clear and accessible way to express their needs, thoughts, and feelings more effectively.

Different types of visual aids, such as timers, schedules, checklists, and picture symbols, can highlight and break down the different steps in your child’s routines or assist with transitions from one activity to another. 

These tools create visual representations that can be easier to understand and interpret, which is especially useful for children with additional needs in supporting their comprehension and confidence.

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Visual Supports

Visual supports are valuable tools for supporting children who have challenges with transitions, communication and planning, as well as those who thrive on predictability and routines. Visual supports are often versatile and easily changeable, so they can be used anywhere, whether at home, school or on the go.  

These visual aids can help to: 

  • Foster independence
  • Support understanding
  • Build confidence
  • Reduce frustration and anxiety
  • Create a consistent routine


Visual aids can be incredibly helpful in creating personalised schedules and incorporating visual cues, like timers, to communicate routines, transitions, and upcoming events. Visual schedules can provide your child with a sense of structure and predictability in their daily routine.

Schedules, checklists and picture symbols can support and develop communication skills and emotional literacy. These tools can help children express their needs and share their feelings. This visual framework can also reinforce language development.


Positive affirmations are a powerful tool for boosting kids's self-esteem and confidence. Our visual affirmations include encouraging statements that are a constant reminder of each child's unique strengths and abilities, reinforcing how special and important they are.


Visual supports can support and develop communication skills through visual timetables or feelings cards. These tools can help children express their needs, share their thoughts, and engage in meaningful conversations. This visual framework can also reinforce language development and social interaction.