Category Archives: Special Needs

Visual Schedule: How to Pack Lunch

A visual schedule can be a great way to teach a new skill. My niece used this list to learn how to pack her own lunch for school every day. You can edit print it as is, or edit it … Continue reading

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Free Printable: Steps For Getting Dressed

Are you one of those parents who finds your kid in their room deeply absorbed in play and naked except for a single sock 15 minutes after you sent them there to get dressed?  A checklist can help them stay … Continue reading

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Free List: School Day Checklist

Kids with Anxiety, ADHD, and Autism can find it very comforting and helpful to have a clear checklist telling them what is coming next. This picture checklist from The Trip Clip® makes sure they know what the expectations are when … Continue reading

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Free List: How To Brush Your Teeth

In my continuing series offering tools for kids with ADHD, Anxiety, and Autism, here is a free list explaining how to brush your teeth. These kind of visual schedules are great for breaking down the steps for kids to learn … Continue reading

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Free List: How To Take a Shower

My goal for 2020 is to provide more clipart and lists to help families of kids with Autism, Anxiety, and ADHD. I’ve had a lot of people ask me to add clipart for “How To Take a Shower”, so here … Continue reading

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Week 47: Life Skills For Special Needs Kids

Week 47: Life Skills For Special Needs Kids I have a niece who has autism. Her name is Gaby, and she is a wonderful, smart, special girl, with lots of fun quirks and special needs that are all unique to her. … Continue reading

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Week 32: Learning Independence with a School Schedule

Week 32: Learning Independence with a School Schedule A visual school schedule is a great way to help kids know what to expect from their school day. It’s great for kids with ADHD, Asperger’s, and Autism. It’s also great for kids being … Continue reading

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Employment For All Advocacy Day is March 2nd

March 2nd is Employment For All Advocacy Day in Washington State, and today The Trip Clip hired a supported employee!  I hired my niece, who has autism, to do some image editing for The Trip Clip. Gaby was extremely focused … Continue reading

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More School Schedule Clipart

At the request of one of my customers, I’ve added a few more pictures to the School Schedule Activity: Earthquake Drill Lock Down Drill Get on the Bus Eat Breakfast Pack Up         This activity is a … Continue reading

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