PrAACtical Thinking 10 AAC Things to do for Free in 10 Minutes or Less

Published on March 6th, 2013 | by Robin Parker

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10 AAC Things to do for PrAACtically Free in 10 Minutes or Less

10 AAC Things to do for PrAACtically Free in 10 Minutes or Less

 

  1. Subscribe to a blog with an AAC focus- Spectronics Blogs, Uncommon Sense, Jane Farrall Consulting, PrAACtical AAC
  2. Program a one hit message device and use it for a new reason- 101+ Things to do with a Big Mac or Other Single Message Communication Devices
  3. Follow an AAC topic Pinterest board- PrAACtical AAC, AAC by Katie Ahern, AT/AAC/Adapt/Modify/Accessibility/Accommodations, AT for Communication, AAC by Constantly Speaking, Communication-AAC
  4. Print out and hang up or give someone an AAC Awareness Image- 10 Commandments of AAC Devices, AAC It’s as Easy as 1,2,3
  5. Register for a free AAC professional development webinar from Ablenet
  6. Print out an AAC Poster- AAC Boot Camp-Getting AAC Users to Communicate, The Periodic Table of AAC,
  7. Learn about technology and apps for AAC and learning from Pinterest- Lauren Enders Pinterest Boards, Tech in Special Education
  8. Print out song visual supports
  9. Read a Tar Heel Reader Book with an AAC learner
  10. Use Aided Language Input while talking to AAC learners (for 10 minutes…. or more)

 

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Robin Parker

Robin Parker Robin Parker is a professor of speech language pathology who has loved supporting the communication and language of children and adults with autism spectrum disorders for more than 20 years. One of her professional passions is spreading the word about PrAACtical AAC. “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much." Helen Keller



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