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Picture Exchange is an excellent AAC support for students with autism or who have limited functional communication. But it can be a confusing process for teachers, paraprofessionals, and families to remember! These cheatsheets provide guidelines on staff roles, step-by-step procedures, and detailed progress monitoring forms for data collection for:

Phase 5:

  • 5A: Introduce “What do you want?” and “I want” carrier phrase

  • 5B: Vary requesting and responding to “What to you want?” cue

Phase 6:

  • Phase 6A: Introduce “What do you see?” and “I see” carrier phrase

  • Phase 6B: Fade initial prompting

  • Phase 6C: Incorporate discrimination between items

  • Phase 6D: Teach differentiated responses between questions

  • Phase 6E: Introduce “What do you hear?” and “I hear” carrier phrase

  • Phase 6F: Introduce “What do you have?” and “I have” carrier phrase

  • Phase 6G: Expand differentiated responses between questions

  • Phase 6H: Teach spontaneous commenting

An additional bonus cheatsheet outlining the following prompting and correction procedures is also included:

  • Time Delay

** I am in no way affiliated with the PECS company and this is not an official or licensed product. This packet is simply a supplemental resource for teachers, paraprofessionals, and families who have been trained using PECS and need a quick reference resource during implementation.

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