A PrAACtical Look at Partner Assisted Scanning
Awhile back, we listed a few strategies that seem to be under-utilized in AAC. One of those is partner assisted scanning, a strategy we love for its boundless flexibility. In this week’s video we turn to the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center’s Aaron W. Perlman Center.
Tune in for a clear description of the strategy and lots of wonderful examples.
You can learn more from them here.
Filed under: Video of the Week
Tagged With: access, partner assisted scanning
This post was written by Carole Zangari
I tried to follow the links to find the video with the two students pictured above, but was not able too. Could you help direct me to the right location. I went under several of the headings at the site linked above, but did not have luck. Its been a long week so far, so I’m guessing it is my fault–but just need some extra guidance today. thanks.
No worries, Kris. Here is the direct URL to paste into your browser. http://www.cincinnatichildrens.org/service/a/aaron-perlman-center/assistive-technology/communication/scanning/ . They did a great job with the video. Hope you find it helpful. 🙂
Hi, I am the Coordinator of Speech Pathology at the Perlman Center. It took a lot of time and energy putting the videos together. I can’t tell you happy I was to see this one shared on your website! It makes me happy to know that people find them useful. Would love to domitagain and make some new videos with updated information. The other videos we did can be found on the Cincinnati Children’s website…Perlman Center under Assistive Technology. Thanks for sharing them Carole Zangari!!!
Sherry, the videos are just terrific and I refer people to them all the time. Plz let us know when you add more. Would love to share those, too. Thanks for all you do. 🙂