The participants will understand why some children are able to memorize sequence of events, as children get older most things in life do not happen in the same order or at the same time every day. This can then lead to behavior problems when unexpected changes occur. Visual schedules can be used to depict what events/activities are going to occur and the order with which they will occur.

Using visual schedules can develop a positive routine of looking for information and facilitate the ability to cope with daily changes. Research has shown that visual schedules can increase individuals independence. They can learn to move from one activity to another using these schedules rather than relying on someone else to guide them or verbally prompt them to the next activity.