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Looking for Some Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Modeling Motivation?

How many times have you heard that using aided language input is a key strategy to teach the augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) learners in your life? If you follow AAC blogs and groups, participate in AAC professional development, or … Continue reading

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Survey: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Modeling Implementation Intentions

Yesterday, we wrapped up our two-week Make Room for AAC Modeling Implementation Intentions “Experiment.”  This post includes a link to the short survey to see if using the research on implementation intentions was helpful to increase the use of aided language … Continue reading

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Make Room for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Modeling “Experiment”

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) modeling is important. Ask any AAC-knowledgeable speech-language pathologist, teacher, researcher, parent, or AAC app developer. Aided language input is common ground in the field of AAC, regardless of the language system you’re using. So if … Continue reading

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“I Like” Predictable Chart Writing: Using Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and Project Core

If you’ve been following along, we’ve been talking about emergent literacy. This is the third post about using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) with Speak for Yourself and Project Core. If you’re just jumping in, you may want to start … Continue reading

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Shared Reading: Using Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) with Project Core

I love shared reading! When children enjoy books, it is one of my favorite augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) activities. Don’t misunderstand…I love to jump up and down on command, push cars across the floor, and run back and forth … Continue reading

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Using Speak for Yourself with Project Core: Non-Instructional Routines

Last month, we attended and exhibited at the Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) conference in Orlando, Florida. One of the reasons that the ATIA conference is my favorite – besides the “work trip” to sunny Florida in the middle of … Continue reading

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Authentic AAC: The Fourth (and final) Week!

May is #BHSM so last month I shared an ‪#‎AuthenticAAC‬ moment each day that didn’t go exactly as planned, something I missed or something I would have done differently in hindsight. My intention was for anyone reading who was afraid to implement augmentative … Continue reading

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Authentic AAC: The Third Week

I’m sharing an ‪Authentic AAC moment each day this month for ‪#‎BHSM‬, because sometimes, even with a lot of AAC experience and knowledge, things are missed, mistakes are made, and plans don’t work out. Thanks to all of you who are also contributing … Continue reading

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Authentic AAC: The Second Week

This month, I’m sharing the ‪#‎AuthenticAAC‬ moments that I learn from each day during #BHSM (Better Hearing and Speech Month). Then I’m posting a round up each week for those of you who are not on the Speak for Yourself Facebook page or … Continue reading

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Authentic AAC: The First Week Round Up

In case you missed my blog post on Monday, I’m sharing ‪Authentic AAC‬ moments this month for ‪#‎BHSM16‬ in an effort to expose my “behind the scenes,” less-than-ideal experiences. So, if you’re insecure about making mistakes or missing something, know you’re not alone.  I … Continue reading

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