Let’s Talk AAC

Follow the “Let’s Talk AAC” blog and step into the world of AAC through people who use or work with AAC devices every day.

  • Stories and Strategies for Success - PRC Consultants and other AAC Professionals share stories of strategies and success.
  • Communicators in Action - PRC Ambassadors are real people who share their stories of everyday life as a person using AAC.
  • Making AAC Work - Jane Odom offers tips and suggestions for implementing AAC. *Life with Kyle - Join Kyle Dinwiddie each week to read about his views on life in general. Be prepared to smile.
  • What’s New - Find out what is new on the Language Lab website.

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CYNOPHOBIA

Posted August 10, 2018 in Life With Kyle

Being 18, soon to be 19, year old boy with CP has given me the opportunity to come across some interesting adventures in some of the strangest places. In fact you wouldn’t even think that simple day to day events would give me such amazing adventures.

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ACES Takeaways

Posted August 9, 2018 in Making AAC Work

It has been a blink of an eye. Our participants have gone back home, and it is hard to describe how much I already miss these people. I am sad that more opportunities like ACES don’t exist in their daily lives (hooray, ACES West!).

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Fifty Shades Smarter

Posted August 8, 2018 in Communicators in Action

I have wanted to write about parents that are overly protective of their disabled children, and why, WE the children, let them get away with it. I’m not sure I have the answer, but here is my funny story anyway.

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New and Improved

Posted August 3, 2018 in Life With Kyle

My parents often say” they don’t make things like they used too” and they are right.

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Let's Get Real About the 'AAC Gap'

Posted August 2, 2018 in Stories and Strategies for Success

I am continuously amazed by the vast array of expertise amongst AAC service providers in the field. As an occupational therapist working as an AAC specialist for an AAC device manufacturer, I get to travel around the Northeastern U.S. and interact with wonderful speech pathologists (SLPs), occupational therapists (OTs), and others who work creatively and tirelessly in our field.

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