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Transitioning from PECS to a full communication system | AssistiveWare

We don’t just want you to be a better communication partner, we want you to be SUPER! Your role as a communication partner is one of the most important “jobs” you will do. AssistiveWare's Amanda shared important traits, tips and tricks.

AAC Girls: Strategies: Including Students Who Use AAC

This handout is from my recent presentations in Kolkata, India. Strategies for Including Students Who Use AAC

See the site for a video on implementing AAC at home

See the site for a video on implementing AAC at home

Using Communication Posters to support the use of general communication strategies in the Classroom  (from City of Toronto Early Childhood Service Team).

Using Communication Posters to support the use of general communication strategies in the Classroom (from City of Toronto Early Childhood Service Team).

Writing Meaningful Objectives for AAC Users  Return to A Quick Guide to AAC  We’ve all been there: you’ve worked hard with your team to develop a communication system for an individual with complex communication needs (CCN). Now that the manual symbol board and/or voice output device is ready, what should happen next? from South Carolina Assistive Technology Program

The South Carolina Assistive Technology Program (SCATP) is a federally funded project concerned with getting technology into the hands of people with disabilities so that they might live, work, learn and be a more independent part of the community.

"Motivate, Model, and Move Out of the Way" from Kate Ahern's blog. Thanks, Kate!!

"Motivate, Model, and Move Out of the Way" Great tips for anyone interacting with an AAC user.

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