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Smart Heart Talk Talk Chart - Autism Resources South Africa

Smart Heart Talk Talk Chart

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Just like the board game, the Smart Heart ® Talk Talk Chart is made with care and a lot of attention to detail. 

The A3 sized charts are designed for more communitative children to make it easier for them to express what is going on in their lives and how they are feeling.

It includes 25 short and catchy phrases which can help them to talk about situations that are sdometines not easy to open up about.

Examples:

  • CNN - Calling naughty names
  • BIT - Butterflies in tummy
  • M3 - Missing my mommy


They develop emotion, language and self-esteem in children that stuggle to communicate.

We are still discussing the various options with Smart Heart, but they will be available in English, Afrikaans and Xhosa.

    • About Visual Schedules

    A visual support refers to using a picture or other visual item to communicate with a child who has difficulty understanding or using language. Visual supports can be photographs, drawings, objects, written words, or lists.

    Visual supports are used with children who are on the autism spectrum for two main reasons:

    They help parents communicate better with their child
    Children in the spectrum may not understand social cues as they interact with others in daily activities. They may not grasp social expectations, like how to start a conversation, how to respond when
    others make social approaches, or how to change behavior based on unspoken social rules. Visual supports can help teach social skills a d children with ASD can use them on their own in social situations.

    They help their child communicate better with others
    Secondly, children with ASD often find it difficult to understand and follow spoken instructions. They may not be able to express well what they want or need. Visuals can help parents communicate what they expect. This decreases frustration and may help decrease problem behaviors that result from difficulty communicating.

    Finally, some children with ASD become anxious when their routines change or they are in unfamiliar situations. Visuals can help them understand what to expect and will happen next and also reduce anxiety. Visuals can help them pay attention to important details and help them cope with change.