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By Bob Segalman, Ph.D., D.Sc. (Hon), President Speech Communications Assistance By Telephone, Inc. (SCT) drsts@comcast.net Telephone Relay This invitation is for people interested in improvement Speech-to-Speech, the telephone relay service for AAC users and other people with speech disability (see [www.speechtospeech.org...




Acorns


  Posted on Oct 23, 2013 - 11:33am

By Jennifer Monahan, MA, CCC/SLP, Augmentative Communication Specialist About a month ago I enjoyed an afternoon excursion, with my son Everett (age 5) to hear a local jazz band playing an outdoor concert. While the music was certainly entertaining, my son quickly discovered that the trees all around us were dropping acorn...




New Counting Unit Posted


  Posted on Oct 21, 2013 - 1:40pm

Jane Odom, M. Ed, Director of Implementation Resources Counting Pumpkins A new unit on counting is now available on the Language Lab. New lesson plans for teachers and parents have been added as well as new books and games to help your student learn to count using their communication device. Students can count pumpkins ...


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Unlocking The Door To The Room Of Possibility


  Posted on Oct 8, 2013 - 3:45pm

by Laura Kane This summer my son, Peter, began using LAMP Words for Life on his iPad as his primary means of communication. He is completely nonverbal, and we had tried sign language and the Picture Exchange System, but never progressed beyond simple requests. Just two months after introducing the LAMP app to him, we had...




AAC & The Phone


  Posted on Sep 25, 2013 - 11:27am

By Kim Vuong, PRC Ambassador Kim Vuong For non-disabled people, using the telephone is so easy that they don’t really think much about it. But for those of us with cerebral palsy and other disabilities that impair our ability to speak, communicating over the phone can be a real challenge. That’s true even if we have ...




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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