In a quandary about what you need to complete a This resource (the handout of an original ppt presentation for Closing the Gap)) will provide clinicians with budget-friendly 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
• AAC A to Z P is for Partner Assisted Scanning
• AAC A to Z_ R is for Requesting
• AAC Core Word Tips from A to Z P is for Planning
• AAC Core Word Tips from A to Z A is for Aided Language Stimulation
• AAC Tips A to Z B is for Books and Boards for AAC Users and Speech Pathologists
• AAC Tips from A to Z C is for Core Vocabulary
• AAC Tips from A to Z F is for Function
• AAC from A to Z C is for Cortical Vision Impairment
• AAC from A to Z E is for Eye Gaze
• FREE Being a Good Communication Partner to an AAC User
• FREE Myths of Augmentative Communication a Resource for SLPs Parents Teachers
• FREE Shared Reading Handout: Eliciting and Scaffolding Language
• Free Back to School with AAC Core Vocabulary planner for Speech Language
• Free Customizing AAC Systems Top 10 Tips for Augmentative Communication Users
• Free Moving the ELA Common Core State Standards into Special Education
• Free Partner Strategies for Augmentative Communication (AAC) handout