Five Questions That AAC Practitioners Ask Themselves
We had a lot of fun with the post “You Might Be an AAC Therapist If,” especially in reading all the contributions from our prAACtical friends. Along those same lines, here are some questions that we’ve asked ourselves a few (dozen) times.
- Are these AAC devices/apps EVER going to be able to use context to know the tense and pronounce the word ‘read’ correctly? (Followed by an exasperated gesture)
- How is it that the student with disabilities can remember passwords that the nondisabled adults cannot? (Followed by a glance toward our ‘Presume Competence’ poster)
- Did he/she really just spell that out instead of using core words? (Followed by a low growl)
- Why is that device coming home from school fully charged? (Followed by a rise in blood pressure)
- Did I remember to turn off the laminator? (Followed by a face palm)
How about you? What AAC-related questions do you ask yourself?
Filed under: PrAACtical Thinking
This post was written by Carole Zangari