Video of the Week: Make a Core Vocabulary Folder
Looking for a core+fringe AAC display that is easy to make and not overwhelming to use? This post may have just what you need.
It’s great to see the variety of ways in which professionals are embracing AAC options and using what they know to teach others. In today’s post, we feature a video by the Louisiana South/Central Regional AT Center in which they take us through the step-by-step process of making a versatile AAC support that can be a wonderful starting point for some of our learners.
In addition to the video, this generous team shares their files so you can make one of your own (click here to download; you can get the SymbolStix version here) and even share the source for the vinyl pockets they use. Pretty prAACtical!
Thanks, Louisiana South/Central Regional AT Center, for your collegiality in sharing this with all of us!
Filed under: Video of the Week
This post was written by Carole Zangari