Our goal is to share information and resources to help support the use and implementation of AAC and AT. These resources are constantly being updated so please check in frequently!
Over the years our Team has created adapted content (activities and books) to make sure that individuals of all abilities are able to look at, listen to, and access content. Our content often embeds visuals and icons similar to AAC systems to support an individual's connection with the content, and reciprocity with their AAC system.
Assistive Technology Tools
There are many different tools available to support an individuals access to academic, reading, writing, math content. We offer videos and cheat sheets to help provide information about how to use these various tools.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Just like with assistive technology (AT) there are also lots of different augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) apps, systems, and devices. There is information about specific systems, as well as how to support implementation and teaching. Visit our ever-growing set of resources to get more information.
Speech and Language
We are fortunate to work with some innovative speech pathologists that work on addressing speech, language and AAC. Here are more traditional speech and language resources, most of which have been created by Rebecca Lavelle, that are valuable intervention resources.
Tele-AAC is a powerful service delivery model that helps make sure that individuals using AAC (and their teams) are able to have access to high quality AAC services irrespective of where they are. Using phones and videoconferencing we can help support the use and implementation of AAC. Here are some tips and resources.
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