AAC Evaluation iOS Devices in Assessments Handout Lightening the AAC Toolkit

AAC Evaluation iOS Devices in Assessments Handout Lightening the AAC Toolkit
AAC Evaluation iOS Devices in Assessments Handout Lightening the AAC Toolkit
AAC Evaluation iOS Devices in Assessments Handout Lightening the AAC Toolkit
AAC Evaluation iOS Devices in Assessments Handout Lightening the AAC Toolkit
AAC Evaluation iOS Devices in Assessments Handout Lightening the AAC Toolkit
AAC Evaluation iOS Devices in Assessments Handout Lightening the AAC Toolkit
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This resource (the handout of an original ppt presentation) will provide clinicians with ways in which to maximize use of iOS devices with AAC, language, fine motor, and scanning apps and accessories for AAC evaluations.

The discussion includes how to use the features of apps from Go Talk Now and SoundingBoard to Proloquo2Go, Catch the Cow, Name that Category, and more to conduct complete AAC assessments with genuine interactive activities that identify the features of an AAC system appropriate for the individual student.

It talks about features for access for motor and vision impairments, requirements for button and array size, organization of vocabulary, and more.
You might also like my resource on Literacy, Language, and the iPad in Special Education/Autism Classrooms

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