Amy Chea, MPA, works for LIIF, a community development financial institution. She answers our questions about her role in providing funding to early care and education providers and so much more.
The silver lining of this pandemic? Using AAC devices in changing times means using AAC devices in natural contexts and for very meaningful and purposeful ways.
Executive functioning involves attention, information processing, flexible and purposeful behavior, and goal setting. We use our executive functions all day every day, which is why they are important skills to develop.
We are looking forward to spring, anyone else? Check out our latest resource for speech, language, and communication, which is spring themed! We took a visual scene and used the Markup tool to create a fun and easy language-building activity!
Developing operational competences in AAC devices (e.g. power, charging, volume, manipulation) is critical for individuals and caregivers who use this technology. Communication using an AAC device requires it to be charged, turned on, and with the volume up!