PrAACtical Thinking Another Look At: Language Facilitation Strategies to Make AAC Intervention Effective

Published on March 18th, 2013 | by Robin Parker

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Another Look at Language Facilitation Strategies to Make AAC Learning Effective

Posts You May Have Missed, December 2012

  1. Language Facilitation Strategies
  2. The Art of Scaffolding
  3. Recasting: A Language Facilitation Strategy
  4. F is for Feedback
  5. Don’t Miss These Visual Supports & The Chance to PrAACtice Language Facilitation Strategies
  6. PrAACtical Teaching
  7. Aided Language Input
  8. Pivotal Skills for AAC Intervention: Aided Language Input
  9. Why We Love Aided Language Input
  10. Aided Language Input Demo
  11. Learning to Use Aided Language Input
  12. Teachers in AACtion- Aided Language Input
  13. 5 Ways to Elicit Language Without Asking a Question
  14. Don’t Ask: 5 Reasons to De-Emphasize Questions in Your AAC Therapy
  15. 5 Tools to Make Aided Language Input Easier
  16. F is for Feedback Video


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About the Author

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

2 Responses to Another Look at Language Facilitation Strategies to Make AAC Learning Effective

  1. gail rogers says:

    your posts on facebook are regularly informing THANKYOU ! i’m also wondering what resources do you have for adults ??

    • Carole Zangari Carole Zangari says:

      Gail, thanks for your kind words! Stay tuned, we’ll be posting more about adult resources in May as pasrt of Better Hearing and Speech Month. :) Is there some in particular you are looking for?

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