PrAACtical Resources: Using ALP for AAC
Created by OT Lisbeth Nilsson, and SLPs Chip Clarke and Sarah Wilds, The Assessment of Learning Process (ALP) for AAC is a clinical framework that can help AAC interventionists understand their client’s needs. By describing skills in 5 areas – Activity & movement with the AAC device, Understanding of AAC device use, Attention, Social interaction, and Expressions/Emotions – clinicians think more systematically about their client’s current skills. This allows them to consider how the client may progress with their AAC access skills.
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This post was written by Carole Zangari