Kate created Picture My Picture after seeing how picture flashcards helped her own child learn to communicate.
At two years old, Kate’s son Christopher was diagnosed with autism. It was clear from his frustrated gestures and expressive eyes that he wanted to communicate. But he had difficulty finding the words.
The breakthrough came after he started an ABA program and began using flashcards. Pictures captivated him and flashcards allowed him to convey his thoughts. One card = one word.
Picture by picture, word by word, his vocabulary grew. And with it, Kate’s desire to create a range of high-quality flashcards to help even more students find their voice.
And so Picture My Picture began.