On this page you can find links to resources and guidance booklets
You need to print each page off twice and put symbols back to back for the reader to be able to see the eye point (you need to cut out the reader's symbols individually and stick them at the back of their corresponding symbol). The blue area in the centre should be cut out for reading the eye point. It is a good idea to encourage the eye pointer to scan the board, look at the choice and then look at you to make reading easier. This particular board was designed for someone who has visual impairment so each item has a bright yellow background.
6. Moving on from cause and effect to making choices. A guide to bridging using error free choices.
7. Here are some error free (and some not so error free) games that you can cut out and laminate to play with older students/adults: