Learning a variety of self care skills is easy with TomTag. Use single tags to create simple first-then-next sequences or more detailed step lists for more complex routines. Visual prompts provide consistent instructions and help with recalling steps for regular practice.
Visual lists can be much more effective than verbal reminders and help to reinforce independence and personal responsibility. Hang TomTag lists up in relevant places around the house (even in the bathroom – they’re waterproof!) so they can be checked where and when they’re needed.
Typical users might include:
- Any child aged 3 upwards
- Readers and non-readers
- Children with executive functioning (memory and organisation) difficulties (eg. dyslexia, dyspraxia, ADHD)
- Children who are visual learners (common in children with autism)
[quote style=”boxed”]Fantastic visual aids with a good variety of changeable pictures. What a simple way to walk our children through day to day life.[/quote]
– Michele, Facebook review