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The "Write" To Talk!


  Posted on Feb 18, 2015 - 10:47am

By Timmy Klatt and Jane Odom, M.Ed Did you know that students who write become better readers? Students learn to write when given daily opportunities to see others write. Students must have frequent opportunities to write without standards to make progress in the process of composition. Tim and his Grandpa I was sent...




Medicare & The Ice Bucket


  Posted on Feb 4, 2015 - 10:51am

By: Jon A. Feucht M.S.Ed, Executive Director Authentic Voices of America Doctoral student_ As my wife tells me, it is the littler things in life that are the most important. In 2014, the AAC field bear witness to such a phenomenon and it is time that we reflected on it. Everybody and their brother took the “Ice Bucket ...




Martin Pistorious


  Posted on Jan 29, 2015 - 10:17am

Martin Pistorious, Author Ghost Boy My name is Martin Pistorius and I have been using AAC to communicate for about 12 years. I have had quite an interesting and somewhat unusual journey through life and learning how to communicate - so much so that I wrote a book about it, Ghost Boy. Ghost Boy I chose to title my book G...




Kate And I


  Posted on Jan 21, 2015 - 11:50am

By David Chapple In 1996, I had been out of college for about two years. I met my future wife Kate at the Pittsburgh Employment Conference (PEC) for augmentative communicators. The conference was for individuals who use communication devices. I was from Ohio and she was from Texas. Our eyes met and we just knew, it was lo...




The Unexpected Icebreaker


  Posted on Dec 17, 2014 - 10:43am

By Laura Townsend Kane As a lifelong introvert, I have diligently avoided encounters with strangers, and have often fought back mini panic attacks at the thought of “small talk” at parties or gatherings. Being open with strangers does not come naturally to me. Oddly, this is the case for all of my immediate family me...




I Can Because Of Him


  Posted on Dec 3, 2014 - 10:36am

By Abigail Brown Sometimes when I get down about the things I can’t do on my own. Like having my very own car and be able to drive myself anywhere I want to go. Oh to have that independence, how I long for it. But I have come to the realization many times now that I’ll never probably have a car or even a drivers lice...