AAC Link Up – December 10
Happy Tuesday, AAC friends! Once a week, we invite you to share your own AAC-related content, product news, or anything else that you’d like others in the AAC community to know about. It may be a recent post you’ve written, a slide deck from your AAC presentation, a handout, video, or meme that you’ve posted online, an AAC product you’ve created, an announcement for an AAC camp or conference, or any other prAACtical content you developed and want to share with the AAC community.
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- AAC/Pragmatics- Do you want to build a snowman?
- Autism And Gut Dysfunction
- Calm Down Kits in the Classroom
- Core Words with Books
- In the Winter, I Wear …
- LAMP Words For Life Gift Wrapping Activity
- Let’s Find | Core Vocabulary Song
- My Favorites
- Overcoming holiday meltdowns
- Personalized books for kids
- Play Area Signs
- Proloquo4Text is now also a Mac app
- Saltillo December 2019 Calendar and Supports
- Snap Core First Training Cards
- Teaching caregivers to implement an augmentative and alternative communication intervention to an adult with ASD
- Winter Holiday Break Lesson
There are still some seats for the full-day pre-conference workshop that I am doing with Gail Van Tatenhove and Gloria Soto, two of the biggest names in AAC and language learning, at ATIA 2020. Join us! You can find out more about this event using the slider on the graphic below or visit this site for an overview and registration link
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Tagged With: ATIA
This post was written by Carole Zangari