We had a real chuckle when this photo came across our Twitterfeed (@PrAACticalAAC-Robin, @CommGreenhouse-Carole). The discussion that followed led us to think about our favorite ways of storing those little gems. Slide protectors and sports card protectors Hanging jewelry organizers Tackle and utility boxes Craft boxes for beads Tabbed coupon wallets Do you have a favorite way of storing the icons and picture symbols that you use in your therapy? We’d love to know about it.
Filed under: PrAACtical Thinking
Tagged With: picture symbols, pictures, resources, storage
In an earlier screencast, we gave some clinical rationales and empirical evidence for using AAC. In this post, we share two screencasts that continue this train of thought. In part 1, we talk about why to use pictures for individuals at the intentional presymbolic level. In the second part, we’ll talk about some specific advantages that picture-based communication has over a speech-only approach. Part 1 Part 2
Filed under: Video of the Week
Tagged With: advantages of AAC, clinical rationale, intervention, picture-based communication, pictures