Teach children with autism independence!

Turn to visual schedules for a calm and organized home!

With our course, any autism parent or caregiver can learn to create and use visual schedules for:

  • Meltdown-free transitions
  • Clear communication
  • Healthy habits
  • Less stress and anxiety!

Happier kids! Happier parents!

With our course, any autism parent or caregiver can learn to create and use visual schedules for meltdown-free transitions, clear communication, healthy habits, and less stress and anxiety! Happier kids! Happier parents!

You can conquer the chaos.

Setting up and maintaining an effective daily routine for a special needs family is easy peasy lemon squeezy, right? WRONG!

You and I both know that parenting a child on the autism spectrum comes with various challenges. For a child who deals with sensory and communication difficulties, even the small things can feel like an uphill battle.

You need help.
You need visual support.
You need our course with our visual schedules pack!

It's as easy as one, two, three:

  1. Press the red button to head over to checkout.
  2. Watch the video course material to learn the basics and print the ready-made or template schedules (yes, we're awesome like that to provide both).
  3. Start using a strategy that WORKS to turn chaos into calm!
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All the visual support you need in one place.

Seeing is believing. There’s a huge difference between HEARING someone tell you about a beautiful sunset and SEEING one for yourself.

Any form of visual support helps us understand, believe or act. Why should it be any different for our children on the autism spectrum? Visual schedules can make a world of difference in the daily routine of your special needs family!

  • It makes communication clear, especially for non-verbal or partially verbal children.
  • Visual schedules limit the constant reminders needed throughout the day and increase independence.
  • It helps our children transition from one task to another without an ensuing meltdown.
  • Our autistic children find comfort in routine, and having a visual schedule they can refer to will take the stress and anxiety out of everyday tasks.

If you enroll today, you will get:

Entirely self-paced videos that teach the basics of visual scheduling.

Unlimited access to the online course material to watch when, where, and as often as you need to.

PDF printables including templates to customize AND ready-made schedules to use right away.

Bonus PDF printable visual choice boards to improve communication.

A certificate of attendance.

visuals schedules course printables

Your PDF printables include:

  • A cheat sheet of tips to keep in mind when setting up visual schedules.
  • A blank visual schedules template pack to customize to fit your family's needs.
  • A ready-made visual schedules pack to use right away (Morning, School, Afternoon, Evening, Dressing, Toilet, First -Then).
  • A BONUS visual choice board pack to aid in communication (Feelings, Activity, Sensory).

After completing this course you will:

  • Have the knowledge and tools to start using visual schedules right away to benefit the entire family.
  • Implement visual routines for a calm and organized home.
  • Help your child on the spectrum take on daily tasks with less stress and anxiety.
  • Have a trusted method for clear communication.
  • Prepare your child for more independence.
  • Improve the quality of life of you and your child.
  • And more...

Start the lessons

Introduction (01:37)

A welcome message and introduction to the course.

Lesson 1: What is a visual schedule? (01:39)

A clear definition, with examples.

Lesson 2: Advantages of using visual schedules (22:17)

Explore the advantages and what to keep in mind when setting up visual schedules.

Lesson 3: Visual schedules - some examples (12:59)

First - Then, daily schedules, weekly schedules, a classroom setting, and more.

Lesson 4: Recap (04:11)

Implementing what you have learned.

About the course teacher.


Nanette Botha, BEd (Cum Laude)

Nanette is one of the two Directors of AIMS Global as well as the co-developer of the holistic AIMS Support System. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education and graduated with Cum Laude.

Nanette has always had a passion for seeing children learn and grow. She started working with children diagnosed with autism and related conditions in 2007. She plays an integral part in supporting families through AIMS Global and AIMS Online which offers in-home, online, and supervised programs as well as full-spectrum online courses to support parents and their children in everyday life.

Having three kids herself, Nanette enjoys being creative in her approach and makes it her quest to teach children concepts through their interests. Teaching children functional skills is something she feels very strongly about.

The proof is in the pudding.

It's time to get down to the facts.

Visual Schedules are the second most popular intervention method among caregivers. That means autism parents, like yourself, love using them.

The Indiana Resource Center for Autism concluded that visual schedules could assist in successful transitions.

Several studies have indicated that visual schedules can assist in decreasing transition time and challenging behaviors during transitions (Dettmer et al., 2000).

Dr. Temple Grandin, Ph.D., insists that autistic individuals are visual thinkers. 

There you have it - visual schedules WORK. Start using them today!


Frequently asked questions.

How do I know if this is the right course for me?

You will greatly benefit from this course if you answer “yes” to one of the following questions:
- Are you a parent or caregiver of a child on the autism spectrum?
- Does your child struggle to communicate effectively and consistently?
- Is your child partially- or non-verbal?
- Does your child experience frequent meltdowns when transitioning from one task to another?
- Does your child require constant reminders of tasks throughout the day?
- Do you notice that your child experiences stress and anxiety regarding everyday routines?
- Are you in need of visual support for your autistic child?

When does the Visual Schedules Course start?

There is no fixed starting date or time for this course. Once you purchase the course, you can access the online video material when, where, and as often as you need to.

What is the duration of the course?

The course includes a short introduction and four video lessons. All the lessons can be watched consecutively in little over forty minutes, but you can pause and resume each lesson depending on your personal circumstances.

How long will I have access to the Visual Schedules Course?

You will have lifetime access to the course.

What equipment/tools do I need to complete the course?

In order to watch the online videos, you need an electronic device such as a smartphone, tablet, laptop or computer with an up-to-date web browser (like Chrome, Safari, Firefox, etc.) and internet access.

When will I get my Certificate of Attendance?

You'll receive your certificate of attendance once you have completed the course.

Who do I contact if I still have questions?

You are welcome to reach out to our support team by sending us a message using the form found on this page.

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How do I gift the Visual Schedules Course?

Once purchased, please reach out to us and provide the name and email address you'd like to gift the course to. Send our support team a message using the form found on this page.


We believe in our course.

Get peace of mind with our 30-day money-back guarantee.

We are passionate about changing the lives of families on the autism spectrum for the better. If for any reason, you are not happy with our course, we offer a 30-day money-back guarantee.