Watch as speech therapist,
Watch as speech therapist, Brittany Fleming, and occupational therapist, Valerie Holiga encourage Rage to communicate using his Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS).
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Amazing..... Great job. So happy for him❤️
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Using Pecs to communicate
Using Pecs to communicate helps make life better for children with non verbal autism as well as for anyone struggling with communication difficulty. In this video I explain how to start using the picture exchange system to encourage communication and language building.
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Thank you SO much! Just starting out with PECs ...and this video is very helpful. Looking forward to more!! ;)
Thank you! My son's SLP made him a PEC board right before Covid but she didn't talk me through how to use it with him....and then she moved away. This helps a lot.
Kudos for reaching out to others!!!
It is for sure a challenging journey to navigate and especially alone where services are not available. We used pecs for my 7 year old he was non verbal until 5 1/2. We used pecs for communication without agency support. With some research we learnt about the what’s and how to’s.
So it really is always great to listen to your insights and have the knowledge passed on to others. As parents knowledge is empowering to enable us to support our child and enrich their experiences of communication.
As my son become more verbal, he used the cards less, however for schedules and understanding the process of morning routine/night routine, toilet routine, bathroom routine, going out activities and dealing with emotions I feel/I want we still truly benefit from visuals. They bridge the gaps and absolutely form connections.
As for my son auditory processing is more complicated and dependent on not being distracted, not being tired and not being overly affected by sensory needs... such as stimming, seeking and avoiding sensory input in any given environment. For my son we do use language and the pictures to this day. They have and are always incredibly reinforcing his language and independence. Visuals encourage the desire and motivation to communicate through pecs, sign and verbal language. Often for my son even if something was missed, lost in translation and/or or forgotten in the auditory processing the words... the visuals encourage and reinforce understanding for everyone.
He is a very visual learner. With music however he is an audible learner. He loves movement... thus so all ways of learning for various specific skills are sometimes combined and utilised. We are still working through speech issues and processing individual thoughts... it can be a journey of looking forward and every now and then I look back and realise how extremely far we have come. With a lack of communication the meltdowns used to be far more intense and long.
Communication is absolutely supported through allowing freedom to access it, as uncomplicated as possible in an individual way that motivates and teaches a child their voice is important to us all.
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Originally released in
Originally released in 1998, this CLASSIC video provides a brief overview of the potential benefits of the Picture Exchange Communication System® (PECS®) as well as the 6 phases of the protocol and features the developers of PECS, Andy Bondy, PhD, and Lori Frost, MS, CCC-SLP. Since the original release of this video, Pyramid as a group has trained more than 300,000 people in PECS in over 85 countries and grown to include office locations in 15 countries worldwide. The body of research supporting the effectiveness of PECS as an evidence-based practice is substantial and continues to expand, with more than 155 research articles all over the world.
For more information about Pyramid Educational Consultants, the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), or PECS Training go to www.pecs.com or contact us at [email protected]
I would like to know if you do have an app for pecs?
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Very useful video