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Printing Tips


  Posted on Mar 25, 2015 - 11:16am

By Jane Odom, M. Ed, Director of Implementation Resources, PRC Printing materials is sometimes necessary for use in therapy or the classroom. The Language Lab has a variety of games, books and other supports that are there for you to use. Did you know that you do not have to print them with full pages? There are some si...


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AAC 101: The Evaluation


  Posted on Mar 4, 2015 - 11:24am

Karen Krogg, M.S. CCC-SLP Welcome to my AAC blog. Just Plug it in was my first post. Today we will explore the AAC evaluation. While I’m certainly still in the learning process myself, I’ve decided to share my journey with you in the hopes that it will be helpful and make the jump into AAC seem less ov...


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Emerging Writers And AAC


  Posted on Feb 25, 2015 - 12:15pm

By Jane Odom, M.Ed, Director of Implementation Resources, PRC Why? (Musselwhite, 09) Writing involves thinking – we want students to realize this from the beginning. Students need to learn strategies for writing and know when to use them. Students need to be able to plan, write and edit their writing. What Does the...


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Leading ESL Resources


  Posted on Aug 27, 2014 - 12:07pm

By Jane Odom, M.Ed, Director of Implementation Resources English is one of the most widely spoken languages on Earth. Whether you are learning English as a second language or learning to speak using an AAC device, the methods are often the same. The AAC Language Lab has recently been honored by being included as a resour...


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Tic Tac Talk


  Posted on Jan 22, 2014 - 10:20am

By Jane Odom, M.Ed, Director of Implementation Resources Are you looking for a way to introduce vocabulary that is more than just drill and practice? Using a simple game like Tic Tac Talk is not only fun and motivating, it is also easy to set up on the fly. Tic Tac Talk can also be scaffolded to accommodate the skills of ...


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Emoticons


  Posted on Sep 12, 2013 - 4:14pm

I feel mad Emoticons are symbols used to convey emotional content. You can use these with your AAC device user to play a simple game that helps them learn to express their feelings with their device. Draw simple faces expressing different emotions (or find some art online) Glue the emoticons onto poker chips or cards...


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