PrAACtical AAC
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PrAACtical AAC
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This document contains various rating scales that we use with students who have little or no functional speech due to autism, cerebral palsy, and...
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This is an image with an excerpt of a well-known poem by Forest Witcraft.
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This is a list of ideas for people who are looking to do things in support of students who use augmentative and alternative communication.
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This visual support is used to promote socially appropriate ways of asking for help in the classroom. It is designed for use by students with sig...
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This document is a PDF containing images that support AAC Awareness Month. Feel free to use in your own AAC awareness efforts.
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This is a print document listing 10 Commandments for AAC Devices.
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This is a document with the words to the Helping Verbs song (to the tune of Jingle Bells).
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This is an informational document with 3 types of visual supports that can help students with autism, developmental delay, and other communicatio...
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This image is designed to be used to promote AAC Awareness Month on Facebook. It is formatted to fit as the cover photo. Help yourself. :)
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Here is another Facebook Cover image that you can use to celebrate AAC Awareness Month. Enjoy!
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Visual supports have a robust evidence base. They are an important educational strategy for students with significant communication challenges. T...
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Visual supports have a robust evidence base. They are an important educational strategy for students with significant communication challenges. T...
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This is a 5-part resource document for SLPs and teachers who work with students with AAC needs. Part 1: Sites to Help in Locating Appropriate AA...
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This is a one page handout that provides suggestions for families struggling to know how to help their children cope when national tragedy strike...
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This packet contains a picture recipe and ingredient lists for making a yummy treat, chocolate covered pretzels. It is designed for learners who ...
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Want your students with AAC needs to use their communication system outside of therapy more often? Here is a resource you can use to provide sugg...
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

PrAACtical AAC was developed by two university professors who have been teaching in the area of speech language pathology for a combined total of over 50 years. We provide support to speech language pathologists, educators, and families of individuals with significant communication difficulties. We blog at www.PrAACticalAAC.org.

MY TEACHING STYLE

As the name of our blog implies, we tend toward a teaching style that has prAACtical applications.

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

PrAACtical AAC is run by two professors with doctorates in speech-language pathology and special education.

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