Pyramid Support at Home for Parents and Professionals Facebook Live Session
The developers of PECS, Andy Bondy, PhD, and Lori Frost, MS, CCC-SLP discuss “Functional Activities and Communication in the Home” and “Strategies for Professionals Providing Remote Support to Families.” This World Autism Day Facebook Live Session was originally broadcast on April 2, 2020 in the PECS User Support Group on Facebook.
PECS at Home Lesson
Join Pyramid UK Clinical Director, Louise Maggs at home with her daughter Molly. Demonstrating how to integrate PECS exchanges into a mealtime, an easy to replicate opportunity for communication in anyone’s day.
Pyramid Support at Home: Attribute Lessons for Home
Join Pyramid US Consultant, Jill Waegenaere, M.A., CCC-SLP, for some quick and fun ways to set up attribute lessons at home. Jill demonstrates how to use toys, edibles, and containers at home to set up motivating attribute lessons for your PECS use.
Matching and Sorting at Home
Join Pyramid US Consultant Jaime Wedel, M.Ed., BCBA, as she shares information on how matching and sorting skills can be worked on in daily tasks at home. In the second video, Jaime shares ideas for incorporating strategies based on the Pyramid Approach into the daily task of matching and sorting cutlery.
Visual Schedule Tips
We all use a schedule! Your learner may benefit from using one as well. Join Pyramid US Consultant, Jesseca Collins, M.Ed., BCBA as she discusses some options for using a visual schedule in your home or learning environment.
Pyramid Support at Home: Commenting Activities
Join Pyramid Japan & US Consultant, Keiko Suzuki, M.Ed., PhD, BCBA, for some quick and fun ways to set up commenting lessons at home! Keiko demonstrates how to use novel objects and events in your environment to set up motivating commenting lessons for your PECS user.
Pyramid Support at Home: Making Toast
Join Pyramid US Consultant, Jesseca Collins, M.Ed., BCBA as she describes a variety of learning opportunities you can plan for while making toast with your learner. There are options for sweet toast or savory toast, and Jesse highlights expressive requesting and commenting opportunities, following directions, answering yes/no questions, waiting, requesting help, and more!
Pyramid Support at Home: Popsicle Making
Join Pyramid US Consultant, Jesseca Collins, M.Ed., BCBA as she models an easy way to make popsicles with your learners. Jesse shares a variety of ingredient options and learning opportunities in this lesson including expressive requesting and commenting, following vocal and picture directions, answering yes/no questions, waiting, asking for help, and more!
Pyramid Support at Home: Movie Time Communication Tips
Join Pyramid US Consultant, Jesseca Collins, M.Ed., BCBA for ‘Communication Tips for Movie Time’ with your learner. Jesse demonstrates potential communication and learning opportunities that can be created with your learner during Movie or TV Time.