PrAACtical Thinking 28 Posts You May Have Missed from February

Published on March 5th, 2013 | by Robin Parker

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28 Posts You May Have Missed From February

28 Posts You May Have Missed From February

Strategy of the Month
Beyond Requesting: Thoughts on Teaching Information Transfer
Beyond Requesting: PrAACtical Scripts to Teach Conversations
Beyond Requesting: Thoughts on Teaching Interrogatives
Beyond Requesting: Let’s Chat with Peers

PrAACtical Thinking
Language Experience Surveys: 8 Fun Ideas
Why We Generally Don’t Recommend Sign Language
14 Valentine’s Day Activities: Love, Literacy, & Learning
Flip Book Love
Angelman Awareness Day
It Gives Me the Feeling of Love
Inclusion & Jewish Disability Awareness Month
What’s New? VIVIVOCA
Math, Science, and AAC
The ‘Real’ Pre-requisites to AAC Device Use
The Joy of Reading: World Book Day
PrAACtical Thoughts About Graphic Organizers

AACtual Therapy & How I Do It
Teaching the Use of Social Phrases and Comments
Fun & Functional Vocabulary
Supporting Teachers of Students with AAC Needs
Essential Tricks for Supporting AAC in Schools, Part 1

Video of the Week
Ted Carr on Challenging Behavior in ASD
A Language Lost
PrAACtical Puppet Power
The Importance of Using Visual Supports

Conference Handouts
Even More ASHA 2012 Handouts from AAC Presentations
PrAACtical Pictures: ATIA 2013 Orlando
ATIA 2013 Orlando- More PrAACtical Information

The Fives
5 References that Support the Use of AAC for People with ASD

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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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