When a person encounters an event or situation they need to decide whether to react or think about an appropriate response.
The react and think board will help a person, with the support of a parent, teacher or a professional, to work through situations that they might encounter and consider the best response.
A young teenage boy drew his sequences for the two alternative outcomes when someone bumps into him when he’s walking down the corridor in school.
For many autistic children, or those with limited executive functioning, conversations about behaviour can be a waste of time. The communication needs to be visual and in steps that they can process and remember.
The visual and kinaesthetic use of this board will help some people to retain their considered response better than if it were only verbalised.
Read more about the React or Think Board