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The Fun Routine is for children with Autism (ASD) to help with daily chores that seeks to help parents with children who have some form of difficulty understanding activities that are daily, such as children with Autism (ASD). With the help of this tool, it is possible to organize the child’s daily chores, tasks and routines, where he or she can view a visual schedules and mark their chores as completed.
The Fun Routine is educational and encourages communication by providing a visual representation of the activity. It is quite simple, which makes it very easy to use, both for the parent and the child.
It is important to note that it was designed for children with ASD, but it is suitable for any child, or even adults, who want to control their daily chores, assist in verbalization and / or encourage performing chores through reward.
Fun Routine Visual Schedules The Autism Helper
Children with Autism often have difficulty to structure their live and daily activities.
The sometimes have difficulty to give meaning to what they experience. A day can be full with separate incentives.
Pictures help our children make meaning of the words we are telling by providing a visual representation of the activity.
Even readers benefit from the use of pictures
Activities are lined up in the sequence they will be done.
It uses visual strengths and therefore provides a receptive communication system to increase understanding.
It helps the individual to learn new things and broaden their interests.
Helps remain calm and reduces inappropriate behaviors.
Provide spoken texts for people who have difficulty with reading
Help keep focus on the task at hand
Our mission is to make working with visual day schedules fun, easy and simple. Try it our yourself, no obligations!
Fun Routine is daily planner for your chores and tasks. Set personal goals, track progress, and motivate yourself.
Fun Routne is not only a visual schedules, it’s an attitude, a commitment, a planner and achiever.
Join Fun Routine now and receive a marvellous self. Who knows the potential?
Registration of daily chores at their due times with the option to mark them as completed. The system provides some chores previously registered, but it is possible to register your own chores and include the desired image.
Notification of chores, tasks, routines, stating that it is time to perform the activity.
Report of chores, tasks and routine performed.
Reward systems rely on positive reinforcement to encourage good behavior. Here’s how to make reward systems work for toddlers, preschoolers, and school-aged children.
Rewards can encourage your child’s good behaviors.
The way you respond right after your child’s behaviors makes the behavior more or less likely to happen again. Rewards can help get your child to do more of the things you want her to do. Rewards that happen right after a behavior are best.
Rewards can improve your relationship with your child.
When you give a reward to your child, you and your child are both happy. You are happy because your child has done something you like. Your child is also happy because she is getting something she likes.
Reward system, where each completed chore is worth stars that can be exchanged for prizes registered by parents.
PECS – Picture exchange communication system, which when touching the image, the application speaks the related word. The system provides several previously registered figures, but parents can register their own figures.
PECS is based on the idea that children who are non-verbal or with limited functional speech can be taught to communicate using pictures.
The adult begins by teaching the child to exchange a picture of an item he wants. For example, if the child wants a drink, he will give a picture of a drink to the adult who will then give him a drink.
The adult will then teach the child progressively more difficult skills, such as using pictures to make whole sentences or to express preferences.
Synchronization of done tasks between different devices.