Power Cards are often used with Autistic children, but they can be helpful for all children. Power Cards are highly visual and contain short blurbs or lists of information that will help a child through various situations.
Autism - My daughter has all these, although they have greatly improved after years of intensive therapy and work. She was diagnosed at 2 as "profoundly autistic", and just had the diagnosis revised to Asperger's Syndrome ("high-functioning autism").
Visual support lanyard- This visual support is for use in a classroom or therapy room as a management tool. Individuals with ASD or behavioral disorders would benefit from a personal visual schedule to reduce undesirable behaviors.
When Im Angry/Frustrated Visual Calming Card- Modify simple steps to help students cope through overwhelming emotions. The visual pictures next to each step allow students to be able to do it independently.
This simple chart may be so helpful to a student needing help with coping/ processing. This can be considered a differentiation for a student with challenging behavior and can offer support to him/her without rewards/ punishments! From Ross Greene skills