TEACCH originated in North Carolina in 1971. It works to understand of the effects of autism on individuals, to promote meaningful engagement in activities, flexibility, independence, and self-efficacy. A common strategy TEAACH uses is visual cues to teach skills. For example, picture cards can help teach a child how to get dressed by breaking information down into small steps.
What is Treatment and Education of Autistic and related Communication-Handicapped Children (TEACCH)?
By Community Living | Published: October 11, 2014