5 Books for AAC Professionals
Reading blogs and websites is a great way to get information on practical aspects of AAC. For a deeper dive, consider digging into some of these books.
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Engagement and Participation by Erna Alant
- Multimodal AAC for Individuals with Down Syndrome by Krista Wilkinson and Lizbeth Finestack
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Models and Applications, 2nd Edition by Filip Loncke
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication Intervention: An Intensive, Immersive, Socially Based Service Delivery Model by Janet Dodd
- Tele-AAC by Nerissa Hall, Jenifer Juengling-Sudkamp, Michelle Gutmann, and Ellen Cohn
Is there a book that’s made a big difference in your AAC work? Use the comments feature to share your thoughts.
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This post was written by Carole Zangari
Literacy for All: Comprehensive Literacy Instruction for Students with Significant Disabilities by Erickson and Koppenhaver
Tina, that is at the top of the stack for literacy, for sure! Thanks for mentioning it here.
Core Words for Classroom & Home: Developing Verbal Communication Skills and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
This is a great resource too!
Need to hear about successful AAC? This one is great: Becoming an Exceptional AAC Leader: Inspiration from 15 Augmentative and Alternative Communication Champions