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PrAACtical Resources: Living with AAC

March 13, 2017 by - Leave your thoughts

PrAACtical Resources: Living with AAC

As professionals involved in AAC service provision, we have much to learn from people who are the most directly impacted by limitations in speech and language. AAC users, learners, and family members. Children and adults. People with congenital disabilities and acquired disorders. They all have something to teach us, and, luckily, many of them have shared their views and experiences on the internet. Today’s post features a growing collection of videos, blogs, and articles by people who use AAC and their families.  Happy exploring!    

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Hearing Their Voices: Vic Valentic

April 15, 2015 by - Leave your thoughts

Hearing Their Voices: Vic Valentic

It’s so important for those of us who teach AAC to hear directly from the people who use those tools and strategies on a daily basis. In this week’s video, Vic Valentic, who served as the ISAAC Leadership Chair for People Who Use AAC, shares a bit about the role of AAC in his life at home, school, and work. You can see some more of Vic’s work here.

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