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What Went Well: A PrAACtical Look Back at January, 2014

January 31, 2014 by - Leave your thoughts

The holidays are over and we’ve all been back in AACtion for awhile now. That makes it a good time to share What Went Well. Did you ‘reach’ a colleague with an AAC message? Is a parent or caregiver becoming more accepting or involved? Did an AAC learner do something new or  more or better? Did an administrator stop hounding you about minutiae? Reflecting and acknowledging small successes puts much-needed wind in our collective sails. We’d love it if you took a moment to share some positives from your month. Inchstones, not milestones. Let’s do this together.  What went well in your prAACtical month?  

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PrAActically New- Success

March 2, 2012 by - Leave your thoughts

PrAACtically New Success

The Secret to Succeeding At Anything We found this very cool photo message through  Russ Ewell on google + (re-posted from Robert Nahas) and it really sums up our learning and teaching philosophy.  Everyone can improve in their communication, behavior, and organization skills (and anything else).   These are some examples of PrAACtically New resources that exemplify the photo message: 5 Examples of Success after Plan A For Employment- Walgreens Rocks For Communication Intervention- Speaking Up Too Late For AAC Apps- 39 Free & Lite AAC Apps For Expectations & Awareness- From Service Dog to SURFice Dog! For Independent Living- hanging with 20 somethings with special needs  

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