AAC Learning at a Distance
In most places, AAC services are now provided remotely. In today’s post, we share an evolving collection of resources for those of you supporting AAC learners from a distance. Use the slider on the right to explore the videos, downloadable resources, and articles, or click here to go to the full-sized version.
Have suggestions for things to add? Comment below and we’ll add them in.
Filed under: Featured Posts, PrAACtical Thinking
Tagged With: distance learning, learn-at-home, telepractice
This post was written by Carole Zangari
Is there a link to the main page? Looks like there are some great resources, but this format is very inaccessible.
Kathleen, you can go to the page directly at this URL: https://www.smore.com/app/pages/show_print/5e832f680173cc00d16ccc0b From there you can print or save as a PDF.
I am a SLP/AT specialist in California. I am wondering if you have done a presentation on using BoomCards with AAC? I see more AAC programs popping up on the BoomCard Platform and wonder if this might be a good resource for SpEd teachers? A simple presentation on how they might use BoomCards in their classroom would be helpful.
Christy, thanks for your comment. I haven’t done a presentation on that, but I have seen a few that included how to use Boom cards in telepractice. The TELL ME About It series also includes some resources for the core words that go along with selected books. You can check those posts out here: https://bit.ly/3tLIZNG Thanks again for taking the time to comment!