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Language-based Activity Kits “On-the-Go“ | Commūnicāre | Specializing in AAC & AT

Commūnicāre | Specializing in AAC & AT

Language-based Activity Kits “On-the-Go“ | Commūnicāre | Specializing in AAC & AT

AssistiveWare's Amanda, a Speech-Language Pathologist with over 18 years experience working in schools and with families and as a technology consultant, shares how to create a paper-based AAC book of your vocabulary. With it you will always have a backup communication system if anything should happen to your device.

Making a paper-based AAC-book

AssistiveWare's Amanda, Speech-Language Pathologist, shares how to create a paper-based AAC book of your vocabulary. With it you will always have a backup communication system if anything should happen to your device.

PrAACtical AAC: 5 Quick and Easy Games That Build AAC Skills. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources @SOS Inc. Resources.

5 Quick and Easy Games That Build AAC Skills

PrAACtical AAC: Building Communication Skills During Storybook Reading. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources siu ki Inc.

Carrie's Speech Corner: AAC Week: Speech and Language Therapy for Preschool Students with Severe Special Needs

This post originally appeared as a guest post for Smart Speech Therapy, LLC . I am reposting because I am bringing you a week dedicated to.

Teachers in AACtion: Aided Language Input

Teachers in AACtion: Aided Language Input

Francis Merrihew - Five Great Places to Get AAC Materials: Links to ideas for materials and activities for a variety of systems & symbols, including the AAC Language Lab, Dynavox SGDs, and Pixon symbols.

Student using augmentative communication (a speech generating device) to identify vocabulary in an interactive book about Thanksgiving. From 5 Ways to Use Interactive Books in the Classroom by Autism Classroom Resources

3 Areas of Goals for Using Augmentative Communication with Interactive Books

There are so many things you can do with augmentative communication and interactive books that I wanted to share some specific goals and objectives to target.

Looking for fun, age-appropriate activities for your AAC user?

Hook ‘em in… and build language! Strategies for engaging autistic students

Looking for fun, age-appropriate activities for your AAC user?

SCAAC-N: Eye Gaze Boards / Eye Gaze Frames - Cool DIY idea with page protectors!

Re-Post from the Bridge School Link to the Bride School website, HERE for video examples of students using eye gaze What They Are .

Worth Repeating: Let’s Talk AAC – Stories and Strategies for Success- pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit  ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins

Worth Repeating: Let’s Talk AAC – Stories and Strategies for Success - pinned by – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Don't say these things when working with AAC learners-think about these when interacting-pinned by Nicole Butler Shaffer

5 Things Not to Say to AAC Learners

AAC in classrooms (The Spectronics Blog)

AAC in classrooms (The Spectronics Blog)

This article by Tuthill discusses a suggestion for those working with AAC users the importance of having a back up to a high-tech AAC device. She mentions AAC users that she works with and how they find their back up light-tech system to their high-tech system as very important. One thing I learned from this article is to make sure to have a back up for a client's high-tech system in the future just in case.:

How I Do It: Making a Back-up for High Tech AAC by Jeanne Tuthill

Low Tech Purpose: express wants and needs, information transfer, internal dialogue, social closeness Competence: linguistic, operational

Immersive AAC Classroom from https://lindseysaacblog.wordpress.com/author/lindseysaacblog/ by Lindsey Paden Cargill

Immersive AAC Classroom

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