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Communication Functions for AAC Users

  1. Stephanie says:

    I love this. I’d really love to use the visual strips! I could use those every day with my moderate room students!

  2. April S says:

    I would use it all! Most of my caseload are non-verbal, AAC beginners and this fits them perfectly!!!

  3. Kathleen says:

    Hi – I really like the ring of sentence / question strips. Using these routinely should help my students who are both non-verbal and very language delayed interact and eventually use spontaneously. You have great categories already – a suggestion would be to include popular pre-k TV shows. I find that all the students in the integrated pre-k start interacting when those pictures are available for conversation. 🙂

  4. Valerie says:

    This would be a great resource!

  5. Deborah K says:

    I would use the describing & requesting piece most. GreT tool!

  6. Eileen Frederick says:

    I would love any party of this! I would use the interactive visuals for describing and requesting section, especially because you have lots of animal pictures. I work with one little guy who loves his animals. This year he has begun to imitate words and actually follow one step directions. We are all so excited by his progress and look forward to even seeing more growth!

  7. Melanie says:

    I love the asking questions section! There are rarely materials that support asking questions. The visual supports look great and easy to work with! I my students would really enjoy them!

  8. Shara Kuehl says:

    This is an amazing packet that can be used to facilitate language expression and motivate students to use their language. I love that it is do versatile. I would use all of it but definitely see myself using the sentence strips most because I can use in speech therapy to work on target words at the sentence level.

  9. Awesome! Just what I need for my ECSE classes! Now to buy pounds of Velcro…

  10. Gary T. Hardeman says:

    Great Site! So much GREAT info!

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  12. Gillian says:

    Would love to hear your suggestion for velcro for this product! Any that work better than others in your experience? 🙂

  13. Mandy says:

    Hi they are fab would love to use these in my course work and with my kids.

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