The first picture shows the front of Woodjie's book. You see several strips of velcro there, and a strip sidewise at the bottom. For now, we are using only ONE PECS at a time. Woodjie will pull this off and hand it to me for his item. Later we will offer a choice of two. Finally, when he gets very good at this system, we will offer icons for things such as "I want" or "blue" and this will enable him to construct sentences such as, "I want (the) blue book." Still further down the road would be an electronic help for Woodjie, but I'm hoping he will talk by then. It's nice to know stuff like that is out there, however, should he need it. One would think that he might get dependent on the picture system; however, we are at the point where we realize that speech is not a strong point, and this cuts down on his... mmm... "problem behaviours." And it isn't as though we don't use words and say, "Oh! You would like to play with the baby doll. Here ya go!"