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5 Steps To Teaching “Who” Questions To AAC Users

  Posted on Sep 2, 2015 - 12:48pm

By Carrie Clark, CCC-SLP When children are learning to speak, one of the things they learn is how to answer questions. Some children pick this up easily, and others need a speech therapist or parent to help them through and teach it to them directly. Children who use Augmentative-Alternative Communication AAC are no dif...


  Posted on Aug 26, 2015 - 12:08pm

By Krista Howard, PRC Ambassador It is Krista Howard again. I am an AAC user. I am an ASU student. I am a 29 year old single mom to a amazing son named Michael. This blog is going to discuss how to make friends and keep them while using an AAC device. I feel that close friendships are key to have extra support in life. ...

It’s Not Rocket Science… Really… It’s Not

  Posted on Aug 21, 2015 - 12:08pm

By Kara Bidstrup, M.S., CCC-SLP Grade level core academic standards and engaging curriculum can be used as the foundation for meaningful language learning for children who use AAC. The online class,It’s Not Rocket Science: Learning to Talk with AAC in Science Class, outlines a process to make this concept a classroo...


_Wooster, Ohio, August 17, 2015 It takes a special person to teach in a special education classroom and Sarah Williams is just such a person. After working in music therapy for several years, Sarah returned to school to earn a Master’s in Special Education at Arizona State University. She now teaches in a self-con...


Danny's Journey With AAC

  Posted on Jul 29, 2015 - 12:37pm

By Danny Gonsalves, PRC ambassador Danny \ My name is Danny Gonsalves. I am 30 years old. I have four older sisters and four sons-in-laws, and four nieces and two nephews so I am the baby in my family. I been using AAC communication devices since I was five-year-old, because I have CP and I needed a way to talk and ...

Sean Walker Aims High And Finds Success

  Posted on Jul 15, 2015 - 2:18pm

Sean Walker of Euclid, Ohio has set two goals for himself: Find full-time employment and qualify for the Paralympic Games. Given his successes in life to date despite the challenges of cerebral palsy, it’s a safe bet he will achieve his objectives. Sean is a 27-year-old who earned a bachelor’s degree in business from W...