Carole and Robin are the creators of the website PrAActical AAC: Supports for Language Learning (http://praacticalaac.info/), they have compiled so many wonderful resources pertaining to Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) . Find out more about Carole and Robin by visiting their About us page.
Click on the links below to view some of the posts under the various topics. These are only some of posts, but it will get you started to exploring this great website with lots of information regarding AAC.
If you are looking for a specific topic, there is a search bar to the far left on the website.
The Temporary link to use to access this website is http://prAACticalAAC.blogspot.com.
-5 Different Gifts to Give to a Classroom
-37 AAC Posts You May Have Missed, July 2012
-5 Ways to Elicit Language without Asking a Direct
-7 Apps for Adolescents with Special Needs
Strategy of the Month
-Self-Calming Strategies: ‘Easier Seen’
-PrAACtical Supports for Behavior
-AAC Language Facilitation Round-Up
-F is for Feedback
-Visual Schedule Wrap-Up
-Ideas for Teaching the Use of Visual Schedules
Video of the Week
-Setting Clear Expectations
-Building Conversational Skills with Visual Supports
-Using Visual Supports to Promote Positive Behavior
-Piggy’s AAC Phone
-AAC at Home: Visual Schedules & Supports
-Video of the Week: Object Schedules
AAC e-Tool Box
This is a list of handouts and other resources that pertain to the follow categories: AAC Tools and Strategies, Clinical Populations, Downloads, Organizations and Conferences, Products Worth Looking At, and Websites to Sign Up and Join.
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Special Thanks to Carole and Robin for collaborating and creating a wonderful resource for AAC!