Autism Outreach Service – ‘Communication Friendly Environment’ Resources

‘Communication Friendly Environments’ is a website set up by Support for Learning Teachers in North Lanarkshire which has lots of really useful visual resource downloads for use at home or in school. We have given some examples of their resources below which can be freely downloaded, as well as the website link so that you can look through their whole range of available resources.

If you would like some of the site’s resources to use at home with your child or young person but are unable to print out and make them up yourself, then we can help you with this.

Just contact Dahni, our team member for resources, at:

It would be helpful, if when you email Dahni, you could give her the following information:

• Your name
• Child’s name, class and school
• Whether they are currently supported by the Autism Outreach Service
• The resources you would like made up either from below, or from the website.

Dahni will get in touch to let you know that she has received your request and then email you back when the resources are ready and arrange to get them out to you!

Please note that we can only provide this service for children and young people who are attending, or will be attending, an Aberdeen City Council educational placement.


The ‘Communication Friendly Environments’ website can be found by clicking this link!


Social Story on ‘Wearing Masks’


Explaining Social Distancing


‘SHANARRI’ ideas for your child or young person at home


Examples of exercise cards for use on a visual schedule board


Some pen and paper games to play

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