What are visual schedules?

Did you know that we all use visual schedules? Every time we look at our diary, the shopping list or our watch we engage with a visual representation of what happens now, next and what is expected.

In the context of behavioural therapy, visual schedules are used to break a task down into a step-by-step sequence. Tanya Curtis, Senior Behaviour Specialist and founding director of FABIC Behaviour Specialist Centre, talks about the need for visual schedules in daily life and their usefulness as a recipe for mastering aspects of life and our life lessons.

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