Aided Language Stimulation, sometimes known as Aided Language Input, is a method of modeling language using an AAC device while an AAC user is observing. The purpose of it is to build communication skills using an AAC device.
Functional communication includes requesting, protesting, describing, commenting, asking and answering questions, and engaging in social routines. Individuals who use AAC engage in functional communication exchanges throughout their days.
What a child plays with, how they play, and who they play with change and develop as their development progresses. Play skills are important, as are quality play skills goals.
What is Adult Dysphagia (Difficulty Swallowing)? The Symptoms, Causes, Evaluations, and Treatment Options
Dysphagia, also known as difficulty swallowing, can affect children or adults. There are numerous symptoms, causes, tests and treatment options for dysphagia.
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.
Snapshot of pragmatic language definition and populations affected by pragmatic language difficulties, as well as examples of goals, therapy activities, and ways to support it as carryover