Throwback Thursday: Becoming an AAC Professional
For today’s Throwback Thursday, we’re revisiting some posts featuring faculty members and students who are hoping to become AAC professionals in the not-too-distant future. Many of these posts have AAC resources that will be of interest to clinicians, educators, and families. Take a look.
Growing AAC Professionals
- AAC-friendly Classrooms, AAC for Toddlers, & AAC for Healthcare Providers
- AACessible Literacy: Emergent Literacy Resources for the AAC SLP
- Resources for Self-Advocacy, Reducing Abandonment, Medical Encounters, & More
- ALS Communication and Assistive Technology Learning Lab
- Introducing Middle School Students to AAC Through Project HOPE
- Resources for Mythbusters
- A Virtual AAC Camp
- When Learning Meets Service
- AAC-friendly Books
- Learning about Safeguarding Practices
- AAC Awareness Month
Many thanks to Vicki Haddix, Krista Davis, and others who are continually working to educate future generations of AAC professionals.
This post was written by Carole Zangari