Visual Strategies that Support Independence and Success for School Days, Social Skills, and Learning

Did you realize that you often utilize visual strategies?  You probably have important numbers stored in your phone.  You may use a calendar or a To Do list or maybe sticky notes with reminders.  Our kids are able to be more at ease, exhibit less behavior issues, and are often more productive throughout their days if they have the support of visual strategies.  These may include visual schedules, social communication cues, school work reminders, graphic organizers, or lists.  Come learn a variety of ways to support your child toward more compliance, independence, and success in accomplishing daily tasks.

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Anne Fister

Anne Fister is a certified Speech/Language Pathologist with twenty years of experience working with children’s communication skills.  She earned her Bachelor’s degree from University of South Alabama and her Master’s degree from Florida State University.  Living in the Tucson area, she is a homeschool mom of two very active boys and is married to her best friend, Mike.  For many years she enjoyed a full-time career in speech therapy but currently considers her primary work to be loving and supporting her family.  She has always felt it is a privilege to assist children and their families through direct therapy, consultation, and training.  Anne is grateful for the opportunities God has given her to use her skills to support others.

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