Step by Step Strategies to Grow and Support Communication using Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Reap what you sow
Tip Sheet By Chris McDonald
Recognise existing skills and abilities.
Engage with likes and interests.
Activate the power of visual supports.
Playfully foster communication.
Systems – set up, implement, review and adjust.
Our growth as communication partners.
Winning and success into young adulthood.
This is just the tip of the iceberg! Click here to download the PDF of the full tipsheet.
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| by Jo Adkins & Sue Larkey | Communication is the biggest area of skill deficits in nearly all children on the autism spectrum – whether it is little to no verbalisation, social skills or simply understanding spoken language. This book offers hundreds of ideas and strategies to improve communication skills – including picture exchange, teaching literacy skills, and emotions. It includes activities and resources you can photocopy.
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Free AAC Resources
WebsitesFB group for FamiliesAAC AppsTouchChat HD w/ WordPower:Proloquo2GoLAMP WFLAVAZCoughDropSpeakforYourselfPodcastsTalking w/ Tech: https://www.talkingwithtech.org/Lotus & Bananas: https://anchor.fm/lotusandbananasLightTech ResourcesActivities and ResourcesConferences:ATIAClosing the GapISAACAAC in the Cloud