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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The Facts of Life

Posted June 22, 2018 in Life With Kyle

Sometimes life can be disappointing and not work out the way you think it will. It is easy to get frustrated and angry, but feeling sorry for yourself and getting bitter hurts only you in the end.

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The Lightning Bolt Word

Posted June 20, 2018 in Stories and Strategies for Success

There are moments in AAC therapy that stop me in my tracks. Those moments strike out of nowhere, usually when I’ve turned away for a moment to scribble some data or glance at my watch.

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Pass the Butter

Posted June 15, 2018 in Life With Kyle

Warning! Warning!

My mom is a shopper.

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Shanna

Posted June 13, 2018 in Communicators in Action

I have a lot of friends who I love. But the one who is dear to me that is not only like a friend to me but who is basically like my “sister ” is my friend named Shanna .

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Expect the Unexpected

Posted June 6, 2018 in Stories and Strategies for Success

Many years ago, I wrote one of the first “Stories and Strategies for Success” blog articles and profiled my favorite pair of clown sunglasses and most ridiculous hat. I had just worked with a young man learning to use a device for the first time and relied on these gadgets to elicit communication from him. Fast forward to now, and if there’s anything I’ve learned through the years, it’s that keeping the moment fun, so an individual can experience a moment of joy when communicating, is quite possibly the most important piece in the entire AAC puzzle!!

I was also challenged to top that first picture.

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