Would you like a method that’s..
Footnotes can help Autistic children as well as adults with learning, spelling, remembering, distraction and organisation by using a series of grids.
Click here to see which audiences Footnotes is suitable for.
How can visual learning help the Autistic learner?
- Uses quick and easy to learn visual communication techniques that avoid long strips of verbal instructions. Autistic individuals respond best to short instructions at various intervals
- Generally children and adults are good at drawing and art. Footnotes uses exactly this to tap into the individual’s creativity
- It gives an unique insight into the mind of a visual thinker
- Most individuals with autism are visual thinkers, which means they learn best through images. Footnotes uses images as well as tapping into the creative part of the brain to formulate ideas and conclusions by taking different images. These are then placed together to form the whole picture
- Proven successful in all levels of Education, from pre-school to postgraduate through various countries using various mapping tools
- Suitable for autistic as well as dyslexic individuals allowing the capturing of hidden thought processing beyond the realm of words