The AAC Language Lab offers real-life solutions in support of language development. Explore language stages and interactive materials specifically designed for Speech Language Pathologists (SLP), Educators, and Parents. An annual subscription provides full access to all materials including lesson plans, the “Let’s Talk AAC” blog, Can-Do Activity cards, implementation tips, and more.
With more than 45 years of experience in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), PRC is pleased to offer this unique online resource.
Learn how language develops in stages and explore therapy materials designed to develop communication and expressive language skills.
Learn how students develop language and access materials for structured and unstructured classroom activities. Common Core Standards are provided.
Kids learn language skills in stages. Learn about language stages and discover activities to do at home to help your child learn language skills.
From someone working on AAC with individuals with motor deficits, I find it so important that these individuals receive similar sensory experiences as their neurotypical peers (hence, my co-workers will often see me running down the halls with my kiddos with Cerebral palsy telling me to ‘go fast’ , ‘stop’, ‘go slow’ , etc… (Yes, I get paid to do this) so that they experience what it’s like to run.By Jordan Hanson, M.S., CCC-SLP from Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center