Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) goals for speech therapy can initially appear overwhelming, but they aren’t so bad! In this post, we will expand our goal writing series to give you an overview of how to use our formula to effectively write AAC goals for your client.
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Indirect selection access methods for AAC include auditory scanning, visual scanning, and partner-assisted scanning. They can be used for low and high tech AAC.
What exactly are AAC accessories and why are they important? I have the tablet itself but do I need anything else? In this post, we will share some of our favorite AAC device (i.e., high tech/speech generating) accessories and how they can increase use and function of one’s AAC or AT system.
Core words, fringe words, and social questions all have a place in special events and celebrations! Photos, jokes, music, and more messages are additional ways an individual can use their high tech AAC device to interact with others during the holidays, too.
Best of October here! We discuss how purposeful "pausing" can be one of your greatest tools for reducing therapy prompts and eliciting language.
Low tech, mid tech, and high tech augmentative alternative communication (AAC): a brief breakdown. In this post we will define AAC, discuss different versions of AAC, and provide clarity to some AAC terms and buzzwords. The perfect wrap up to AAC Awareness Month!