aac review

  AAC Language Lab: lesson plans and materials? Too good to be true? It’s not! AAC is one of my biggest passions in this field. I love, love, love it. However, I like to mass lesson plan each week. I plan a minimal number of activities and try to use them with the majority of my […]

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AAC, Materials, Reviews

AAC Language Lab Review

Are you ready for some AAC core vocabulary carryover tips? And if you need all the AAC resources, make sure to check out my AAC Implementation Toolkit! It contains everything you need to make AAC work in your schools. You’ll get everything you need to train staff and parents, with tons of handouts, resources, and […]

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AAC, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Increasing AAC Core Vocabulary Carryover

I’m super excited to share some information about Speak for Yourself, one of my all-time favorite AAC apps for the iPad! Since I’ve been learning about, and have used AAC apps on the iPad, the most common one I saw was Proloquo2Go. While that app has it’s place, the kiddos I saw that used it […]

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AAC, iPad Applications, Reviews

Speak for Yourself: App Review

low tech core vocabulary AAC flip boards

Need an easy, portable, low-tech resource for your early communicators or AAC students? Look no further! I created these flip boards so I always had a resource to grab for visual supports and communication. I’ve used these boards for: -Back up AAC when a kiddo comes in with a dead device -Sent home for parent/home […]

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AAC, Materials, Therapy Ideas

Low-Tech, Core Vocabulary Based, AAC Flip Boards

Communication functions include more than just requesting and labeling! I don’t know about you, but I work with A TON of beginner communicators who benefit from the use of AAC. I kept finding that I was spending so much time on making visuals for requesting. I wanted a way to expand the length and type […]

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AAC, Materials

Communication Functions for AAC Users

a good system shortens the road to the goal.

- orlson marden