If you're a speech therapist trying to increase the use of an AAC device in the classroom, this post is for you! Collaborate with classroom teachers to create achievable communication objectives, train staff on how to model and prompt student to use the AAC device, and take data quickly and easily!
Are you a parent who is looking for ways to support your child at home with AAC? Are you wondering exactly HOW to model AAC for your child? Here's a simple, straightforward explanation with examples of how to model AAC. Also see some easy suggestions for modeling during at home activities so you can get started right away. If you have been wondering how to support your child with AAC at home, check out this video today. #speechtherapyathome #aac
Core vocabulary is an evidenced-based set of words particularly useful for augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) users. I've personally seen huge growth in expressive language skills of AAC users after only a few therapy sessions of instruction with
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) refers to a range of methods and tools that can be used to help people who have difficulty speaking or communicating effectively. There are many different types of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) tools and methods that can be used, depending on the needs and preferences of the individual. Here are a few examples: 1. Gestures 2. Sign language 3. Communication boards or books 4. Speech-generating devices (SGDs) 5. Apps