Visit with Picturepath – Improve access and inclusivity for visitors with additional needs.

People with autism and dementia find visiting a new place stressful and anxiety inducing given their unique challenges.

The Solution? – Psychologists recommend the use of special image-based visitor guides when visiting new places for individuals with such conditions.

Visit with Picturepath creates online visitor guides for your venue, accessible to your visitors via our app.

Visual guides for additional needs fans

Our visual guides can help your additional needs visitors with:

Navigating venue symbol

Navigating from access points to seating areas and other locations.

Access signs

Finding the venue access point from nearest bus stops, train stations and drop-off locations.

Gender symbols for publicly accessible toilets

Going to, returning from and accessing disabled or publicly accessible toilets.

Information symbol

Finding the way to information booths or approaching venue staff for support and information.

Seating areas drawing

Finding seating areas and wheelchair platforms for those with special access requirements or disabilities.

Headphones symbol

Getting access to audio commentary headsets or assistance dogs if required.

Using visual guides at football match

Finding support at your venue

Giving special-needs visitors the individual support they need in the midst of a crowded event can be a challenge. You can now use Visit With Picturepath to help them locate areas to receive support, or for access to key facilities.

Help visitors discover exciting things to do

With Visit with Picturepath you can create an unlimited number of timelines for tours, activities and experiences to enjoy at your venues. The app can also help your visitors become aware of exciting facilities at your venue such as:

Museums

Museums

Shops

Shops

Cafés

Cafés

Exhibition spaces

Exhibition spaces

Tour locations

Tour locations

Suites

Suites

VIP access areas

VIP access areas

Key features

Reduce meltdowns

Designed to reduce episodes of emotional distress, anxiety and shutdowns in SEN visitors.

Simple and easy to use

Visitors can access visual timelines in just a few clicks – all in a matter of minutes.

Multi-device

Visitors can use Picturepath on their smartphone, tablet or PC.

Unlimited number of guides

Users can create as many visual guides as needed – no restrictions.

Manage change and transitions

Helps special needs visitors feel safer and at ease at your venue

picturepath key features

Seamlessly send updates from within the app

Notify visitors of crucial updates affecting their visit from within the app. Easily send alerts regarding cancellations or delays of events and notify visitors of any facilities that are out of service. You can also notify visitors of any safety hazards to be aware of prior to their visit, for instance noisy areas that may lead to distress for autistic fans.

SEN child using visual guide at football stadium

Picturepath is changing SEN child support all over the UK

“I love adding and ticking off the activities on my timeline – I like to plan my days out using picturepath on the iPad so I know exactly what’s happening”

Freddie Nurse, Age 9, Autistic Child

“I love how easy and straightforward the app is to use, the kids love updating their timelines and it keeps them calm if there’s any changes to their routine”

Suzie Prichard, parent to two SEN Children

“We’ve started using picturepath in class as a digital, interactive visual timetable and I love it! So easy to set up and use, a brilliant classroom tool. It’s making a great difference to all of our SEN children.”

Mrs Brickland, SENDCo at St Bernards Primary School

“I found it really useful from the very beginning, your product is one of the best I’ve ever used for individual inclusion!”

Dot Mohan, SendCo at Bromham CofE Primary

“An excellent range of common symbols and the option to add a real image using photos taken on your device is amazing. Excellent value for money and recommended for schools and SEN caregivers.”

Claire Ryan, ChatterPack SEND hub