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All About AAC

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) refers to any means of communication, other than traditional verbal speech, that allows individuals to effectively use language. Some common methods of AAC include picture..

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What are adapted books?

Adapted books are those that have been adjusted to accommodate different kinds of learners. Some common adaptations for these books include sensory or tactile elements, simpler language, and interactive pieces,..

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Tips on AAC Systems for Clients with Acquired Brain Injury

Matching a client’s needs, level of functioning, skills, and preferences can be challenging. Provided below is a list of aids and devices to support clients across a range of skills...

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Tips for Assessing Bilingual Children as a Monolingual SLP

How to go about assessing bilingual children as a monolingual SLP regarding all languages. Conduct a family/caregiver interview: Minimize bias Gain insight to expectations and the possibility for deficits Use..

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Developmental-Individual Relationship (DIRFloortime-Model): created by Dr. Stanley Greenspan

What is it? It is an intervention that is used to promote an individual's development through a respectful, playful, joyful, and engaging process. It is a systematic way of working..

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