Use of eye gaze may be the only way to access AAC for students who are severely physically impaired, other than Partner Assisted Scanning. Eye Gaze responses are sometimes the only mode of communication for significantly disabled students who can't move any other part of their body.
However, use of high tech eye gaze systems has a long and often fatiguing learning curve. Get your AAC users started with these low-tech eye gaze boards to provide practice with eye gaze and offer to communication.
Use of low-tech eye gaze boards and Partner Assisted Scanning are often used before or in conjunction with these high tech systems.
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Get your eye gaze users started with this is set of 6-location picture communication boards for eye gaze users.
- • 4 core word boards, plus
- • 1 for “something’s wrong,”
- a game topic board,
- a t.v. watching topic board, and
- a book reading topic board;
- a set of 9 core word boards making up the 36 universal core
- a set of 6 core word boards making up the 36 universal core
- 23 boards in all.
• For students who are unable to reliably reach to touch/point, eye gaze responses may be the best way to access communication systems.
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For direct selectors, try my Core Words to Go
and my set of Activity Based Communication Boards