Video of the Week: Tech Tips for Modeling in Tele-AAC Activities
Everywhere you look, therapists and clinicians are providing remote services to support AAC learners. They’re working through the challenges of remote learning and figuring out ways to support their clients and families, sometimes with little or no guidance from their own agencies. And through it all, they are
finding making time to support other AAC practitioners throughout the world. It’s pretty impressive!
We’re really pleased to feature a video by PrAACtical AAC contributor and AAC SLP Sarah Gregory in today’s post. In this video, Sarah helps us with some of the technical aspects of AAC modeling while running an online activity.
Take a look.
Direct Link to Video – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YbVSndMvlMg
You can see some of Sarah’s previous contributions here.
Filed under: PrAACtical Thinking
Tagged With: aided language input, tele-AAC, telepractice
This post was written by Carole Zangari
This is extremely informative. Thank you for this post. I love how you have broken it down to make it easy for the readers to take these best practices and put it into their day-to-day life right away!