Modulate Voice for the Office

Office spaces can be very busy places and we need to be aware that the volume at which we speak may need to change. If you are an individual with an autism spectrum disorder, an intellectual disability or ADHD you might find a task sheet to help with this beneficial. How To Modulate Voice for the Office is ready to download with text and visuals or a text only version to help you.


1. Talking to one other person or on the phone

<p>1. Talking to one other person or on the phone</p>

2. Loud enough for the other person to hear

<p>2. Loud enough for the other person to hear</p>

3. When in a meeting

<p>3. When in a meeting</p>

4. Louder than a one person conversation so all people can hear

<p>4. Louder than a one person conversation so all people can hear</p>

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