We wrote about how a ‘funny area’ helped a student communicate more frequently. In the postscript at the end, we said that the student only asked for the ‘funny area’ once in a while. Now we have a second postscript, the student asked for the ‘funny area’ yesterday. He had a lot of energy and definitely had the giggles. To show he learned more with a communication high priority approach, Tommy quickly asked for the ‘funny glasses’ and ‘funny hat’ but then also went on to initiate telling of a joke for the first time! Take a look at these great jokes from AAC users –courtesy of the University of Washington.
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