Research Support for Aided Language Input

May 31, 2018 by - 1 Comment

Research Support for Aided Language Input
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Aided language input, the practice of modeling AAC when speaking to those who are trying to learn AAC, is a pivotal intervention strategy. It has been shown to support comprehension and expression, and the development of early sentence forms. The evidence suggests it may also support the development of certain grammatical morphemes and verb combinations. 

You can learn more about the implementation of aided language input here.

Here are some of the research studies that support the use of this evidence-based practice.

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This post was written by Carole Zangari

1 Comment

  • olga campbell says:

    What a great compilation, thank you, Carole!
    I was wondering if there was research around modeling not just from typical peers and adults, but on the effect of modeling from other peers with disabilities. Thank you!

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