Evening Routine Expansion Pack
The perfect way to extend the use of your Evening Routine. The symbols include a wider range of evening activities, and is perfect for both adults and children alike.
The evening can be one of the most stressful times of the day. Arguments about bedtime, and what needs to happen before that, happen around the world, every night. For those on the autistic spectrum, some of this can be reduced by decreasing anxiety through introducing a clear and well structured routine.
Our Evening Routine has been specially designed to tackle this time of the day, and this Expansion Pack to extend its use even further.
This Expansion Pack contains symbols that are suitable for all genders, and all ages, and is ideal for anyone that does better with a clear, visual routine.
This expansion pack consists of 24 x 4.5cm blank plastic symbols (the same as you get with our regular products), plus 24 plastic pre-printed images and sufficient loop velcro circles for all 24 of the symbols.
The images are printed onto self adhesive plastic film, which has been pre-scored into the correct size and shape for the blank plastic symbols.
Additional images can be created on the 2 blank symbols included, by simply drawing an image onto the plastic film with permanent pen.
Simply peel the required plastic self adhesive images from the backing paper and place them onto your blank symbols – they are ready to use in just a few minutes.
The symbols and labels are both made from plastic. This, combined with the use of permanent adhesive on the images, means that the symbols are very durable – they will stand up to much more use than simple laminated paper/card.
All corners are rounded to reduce the likelihood of scratches.
24 symbols included:
iPad, laptop, computer, videogame, homework, snack, exercise, sanitary wear, remove makeup, music, cook, eat, wash hair, wash dishes, story, club, leisure time, read, play, Guides, Scouts, chores, pack bag, make lunch
This product is not a toy. Only for use by persons over 3 years of age, and under direct supervision by a responsible adult.