AAC group therapy serves as a great way to promote a variety of communication modalities with multiple individuals at once. Group programming encourages natural, social exchanges and members can also benefit from observing others who are using different forms of AAC.
Wordless videos and animated shorts are great for eliciting speech, language, and communication. They are entertaining for individuals of all ages, and are great activities for both speech therapy sessions and at home.
Link to our S Articulation Bundle with multiple BINGO boards included (and more printable/downloadable resources)! For /s/ targets in the initial, medial, and final positions.
Books are great resources because they can be used to target many skills - from receptive language to expressive language to literacy skills to social communication.
Christmas Mad Libs here - free too! Enjoy our holiday article covering the different parts of speech (think: nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc.), which are essential for completing our festive Mad Libs story! Complete on Christmas Day or during the holiday week at school or at home.
Work on receptive, expressive, and pragmatic language as you use this themed scavenger hunt at home, in school, or with books and videos. Can also be used by individuals who use high tech AAC devices.
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