Pictures for Progress
Pictures for Progress provides high-quality, user friendly flashcards,
each featuring colorful photos on the front and 5 questions for
conversation on the back. Combined, the pictures and questions
enable you to target the following cognitive linguistic domains,
including but not limited to:
• Comparing and contrasting
• Decision making
• Giving opinions
• Problem solving
This valuable tool can be used by therapists, social workers, educators, parents, caregivers, and medical or clinical personnel.
Cards are sturdy and laminated for durability. Measuring 5 ½ inches by 8 ½ inches, the images are large and the questions are easy to read, even from arm’s length. The flip-top box has a magnetic closure to keep the cards secure. A user guide offers numerous suggestions for use.
Versatile and applicable for enhancing every language modality, these cards are a must have for your therapy tool box. Familiar and easily recognizable, family and friends will find that Pictures for Progress provide an easy breezy way to expand communication opportunities.
Illness and Medications
This deck contains 15 cards depicting everyday illnesses and
35 cards pertaining to medications, including:
• Common forms of medication
• Routes of administration
• Methods for organization
• Various topics for discussion
Knowing that we all get sick from time to time, and understanding
approximately 70% of adults take a least one prescription medication
each day, these cards will prompt exchanges that are highly pertinent
to day-to-day life. Use the cards to increase awareness, to promote
safety and to effectively enhance expression.
Illness and Medications
¿Se Habla Español?
Knowing firsthand how nearly impossible it is to find
prepared materials for Spanish speaking clients, we have
translated our popular Illness and Medications cards into
Spanish. This booklet, to go along the Illness and Medications
cards is now available.
Our next series are available in digital format!
Medical and Adaptive Equipment
The Medical and Adaptive Equipment series highlights various types
of Durable Medical Equipment (DME) and adaptive equipment that
are commonly found in a home or healthcare facility. Cards feature
images of the most commonly used devices:
• Supplemental oxygen and breathing equipment
• Ambulation and mobility devices
• Personal use items
• Medical devices
• Bathroom equipment
Use the digital cards to provide education, to emphasize safety and to
discuss options and possibilities for adaptations due to age or disability.
A third series of cards, Healthcare Professionals, features 35 different
healthcare providers, including:
• Medical doctors
• Medical professionals
• Allied health professionals
Additional cards and questions are provided for stimulating discussion
• Scheduling appointments
• Office visits and exams
• Diagnosis and treatment
With Americans making an average of 1 billion visits to their
primary care physicians annually, 82% of adults will have contact
with a healthcare professional this year.
Using these digital cards, increase understanding and guide practice to enable efficient exchanges in a variety of medical scenarios.