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Posted April 26, 2017 in Communicators in Action
This past week I was presented with an interesting situation that I think might be a good teaching moment. Unfortunately this definitely was not a unique situation as I have encountered this pretty regularly through out my life. However, this time it was with someone who should know better due to their occupation.
Posted April 19, 2017 in What's New!
I think this should come to the U.S. for all wheelchair and devices users, because this covers not only the person but the device as well!!!
Posted April 12, 2017 in Communicators in Action
Let me tell you about my weekends.
Posted April 5, 2017 in Stories and Strategies for Success
In my job as a speech therapist and in my new job as a PRC consultant, I meet daily with parents who say, “I know that it will be good for him to be able to use his device to communicate, but I know what he wants when he points.” “I have four other kids and afternoons are crazy…I cannot imagine how I will teach him to use a device because we are just getting by.” “Where do I start?”
Posted March 29, 2017 in Making AAC Work
It was just a few years ago when I found myself feeling hopeless as an SLP. There were students on my caseload with virtually no functional means to communicate.