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School Schedule Bracelet Icons


School Schedule
Bracelet photo is 2 bracelets, double stacked to show all icons.

Bracelet has 19 classroom pictures for school use. This bracelet may be used independently or also with picture/written schedules.  By pointing to a specific picture on the bracelet, students visually understands what is next on their schedule.

All artwork belongs to Satina - (I need help.® bracelets.) Art work may not be copied or reproduced in any format.
I need help.® is a Registered Trademark of Satina. Permission to use this mark (words) must be approved by Satina.

Pictures below are not exact to real image

Desk, classroom

 

desk

Clasroom, resource room, science, social studies, health

door

Teacher, Speech Pathologist, Social Worker, Adaptive PE Teacher, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist

person

Worksheet, project, writing, activity

writing

Reading, Story

book

Spelling, DOL Spelling

Math

  2
 + 1
 = 3

Computer

computer

Media, Library

books

Physical Education/PE - ADPE

PE

Art, project

art

Music, band, orchestra

Carpet, circle, stations, group, friends, morning meeting

friends

I need a break.

break

Schedule change, something is different or it's question and needs an answer.

?

Lunch, snack, food

food

Recess, outside activity

 

outside

 

Special Event, assembly, concert, birthday

star

 

 

Bus, going home, field trip

bus

All artwork belongs to Satina - (I need help.® bracelets.) Art work may not be copied or reproduced in any format.

I need help.® is a Registered Trademark of Satina. Permission to use this mark (words) must be approved by Satina.

 

How to use the words: I need help.®:

front1.  When a person looks distressed the staff member can say, “Look at your/my bracelet.”  This prompts the person to look at the bracelet and then ask for help.   

  2. Non-verbal people can point to their own bracelet; this will cue the staff member that help is needed.

front3.  Point to the words on the bracelet and slowly say, “I need”. This cues the person to specifically say what they need.

4.  The inside of the bracelet has embossing. For sensory needs some people use the bracelet like a "fidget" to rub and calm themselves when they are anxious or expected to sit still.  Bracelets are 100% silicone, non-toxic and lead free .