Let's Get Started: Visually Structured Tasks from the TEACCH Demonstration Preschool

Let’s Get Started-4 This book contains photographs and some text describing visually structured teaching activities from the TEACCH Demonstration Preschool, focusing on using the learning strengths of children with autism to teach important developmental skills.

Task Galore SeriesTasks Galore Series was created to provide parents and professionals with practical tools that will aid their children and students to become more independent in school and society. These tools emphasize Structured TEACCHing methods and parent/professional collaboration.

Shoebox Tasks

Shoebox Tasks provide the opportunity for children or adults who need a high degree of structure to experience success and build upon that success for greater skill and independence. Developed by Ron Larsen, working as an autism therapist with the TEACCH program, these Tasks encourage focus and successful completion of goals that build a framework for continued learning and esteem building for individuals with ASD.

Home Teaching KitsHome Teaching Kits are designed by the Chapel Hill TEACCH Center and are intended families and teachers who are interested in applying the TEACCH structured teaching principals with children at home or in the classroom. TEACCH professionals and parents in the autism community have identified areas of need which have been addresses in the structured kits.