“It gives me the feeling of love.”

February 18, 2013 by - 2 Comments

"It gives me the feeling of love."
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Although we struggle on a daily basis to facilitate good AT implementation with children who have significant communication challenges, the reality is that they are better served than their adult counterparts. Even the simplest communication supports are less available to people with AAC needs once they leave school, at least here in the US.

This video shows the remarkable impact of mainstream technology, an mp3 player, on individuals with dementia. It made us wonder…how can we spread what we know about AAC and AT to individuals beyond the reach of the school system? Each one, teach one. We’d love to hear your thoughts, ideas, and experiences.

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  • Rivka says:

    thanks so much for this blog! I work in the public school system, exclusively with our special needs programs, and I have been really enjoying the daily perspectives and therapy ideas! Please keep it up!

    • Avatar photo Carole Zangari says:

      Rivka, so nice of you to stop by and take the time to comment. We have every intention of keeping this going as long as it is useful. If you are on Facebook or Twitter, check us out there because we post lots more ideas and resources in those places. Thanks again for the encouragement-much appreciated!

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