5 Sources of AAC Inspiration

February 4, 2012 by - Leave your thoughts

5 Sources of AAC Inspiration
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inspiration /inspəˈrāSHən/ Noun; The process of being mentally stimulated to do or feel something, esp. to do somethingcreative. The quality of having been so stimulated, esp. when evident in something 
 5 Sources of AAC Inspiration
We’re inspired by:
  1. Master clinicians, like Gail Van Tatenhove, John Costello, and Joan Bruno
  2. Clinically relevant research, like this work  from the AAC Group at Penn State
  3. Far-reaching projects, like the work done by Sarah Blackstone and others at the Patient Provider Communication group
  4. Supportive publishers, like Paul H. Brookes who keep cranking out top-notch AAC books like this one by Pat Mirenda and Teresa Iacono
  5. Groups that make cool things for kids and share them for free, llike Priory Woods
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This post was written by Carole Zangari

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