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A Promise Broken

  Posted on Feb 10, 2016 - 1:03pm

By Jo Misek, author A Promise Broken is the third part of the four-book Adi’s World series. Adi & Arnie still live in Maple Community (inside a hollow sugar maple tree in Vermont). Ayden now lives in Cliff City (a town inside a crevice in the side of a cliff), and his twin, Jayden, lives in Tunnel Town (an underg...

An Invitation Not To Talk

  Posted on Feb 3, 2016 - 11:14am

_ By David Kay, M.Ed., OTR, Regional Consultant, PRC_ “True happiness comes from the joy of deeds well done, the zest of creating things new.” Antoine de Saint-Exupery In the world of AAC we work with individuals who are building their ability to communicate. But what about the ability to do? The model of human oc...

Watching American Idol While Using AAC

  Posted on Jan 27, 2016 - 11:46am

By Ryan Knoblauch, M.S. CCC- SLP Here we go. It’s the final season of American Idol. If you have kids of your own or you work with kids, then it’s likely they know a little bit about the show. I personally have watched about four seasons collectively (a couple of the Simon Cowell years and now with Urban, J-L...

Anchors Away! Blending Core And Fringe

  Posted on Jan 20, 2016 - 10:56am

By Russell Cross, PRC Director of Clinical Applications One of the reasons using the Unity® language system is so popular is the simple fact that it provides a solid core vocabulary set. And the reason a core vocabulary is so useful is that it contains words used by everyone regardless of age, location, or topic. For ...

Wayne's Journey

  Posted on Jan 13, 2016 - 11:08am

By Wayne Roupp My name is Wayne Roupp. I live at the Margaret E. Moul Home. I been there since I was seventeen years old. When I was twenty-five , I got my first communication device , it was a Light Talker. At the time I didn’t like the language , which was called Word Strategy. I told them , I was good at spellin...

Tips For Transition

  Posted on Jan 6, 2016 - 11:11am

by Penelope Jameson, AAC Consultant Liberator Australia, and Teacher Aide at Coombabah State High School As our school year draws to a close in Australia, my thoughts are with our students using AAC, and how they will cope in the New Year with the possible change of teacher and support staff. With that change, some expe...