31 Posts You May Have Missed in May

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31 Posts You May Have Missed
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May 2013 Calendar

Strategy of The Month

Communication Boards: Colorful Considerations  

Communication Boards Can Be Used For…. A Lot

I Made A Communication Board: Bow What

Join Together: Core & Fringe Vocabulary

Fresh Look

 AAC in the Classroom with Joan Bruno

Friendship Skills for Children Who Use AAC with Dr. Erinn Finke

Top 5 Switches for People With ALS by Amy Roman

AAC & Dementia with Dr. Melanie Fried Oken

AAC for Children Who Have Rett Syndrome with Dr. Theresa Bartolotta

AACtual TherapyHow We Do It

Essential Tricks for Supporting AAC in Schools, Part 2

PrAACtical Look: AAC at Dynamic Therapy Associates by Vicki Clarke

A Framework for Success Getting Started in the Exciting World of Communication & AAC with Marlene Cummings

AAC Myth Buster Wrap-Up

PrAActical Thinking

It’s PrAACtically Better Hearing & Speech Month

30 Posts You May Have Missed for Autism Awareness Month

It’s PrAACtically Mother’s Day- 5 Activities that Support Communicating with Mom

AAC Immersion: Happy Mother’s Day

5 Great Resources for Pre-Made Communication Boards

Thoughts on Best Practices in AAC for Individuals with ALS/Motor Neuron Disease

It’s PrAACtically Memorial Day

PrAACtical Thoughts on Challenging Behavior: Things to Think About

Fun Theory: Communication & Behavior

Creating Communication Boards: There are Lots of Apps for That

5 Things NOT to Say to AAC Learners

5 AAC & Related Assessment Forms

Begin AAC Now: 10 Things To Do

PrAACtically At Your Fingertips: Resources on AAC vocabulary Selection

Video of the Week

The Role of AAC in Effective Patient Provider Communication

AAC for Students with Intellectual Disabilities: Basic Strategies for Immediate Results

Communication Boards & Meaningful Activities

Presuming Competence & Using Using the Least Dangerous Assumption






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