Tool 3 – Making Communication Clear

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Tool 3 – Making Communication Clear

Good Autism Practice
Early Years
Schools
Post-16

PRACTICAL TOOLS

All our Practical Tools feature:

  • Comprehensive guidance notes to support Tool use and application  
  • Video content to support your understanding of autism as a difference not deficit  
  • A wealth of experienced practitioner knowledge, insight and tips 
  • Integrated Good Autism Practice Principles 

Tool 3 – Making Communication Clear

This tool is a checklist of Good Autism Practice when communicating with an autistic pupil. 

It is also a tool to identify any reasonable adjustments that need to be made by the adult to improve their support for the pupil.

This Tool will help you to:

  1. Understand that visual cues can be helpful to support a pupil’s understanding 
  2. Provide consistent visual cues throughout the setting to support the pupil’s understanding, learning and development
  3. Be mindful of communication differences and make adjustments for structuring daily routines and activities

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