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.


Let's Go to the Video

Posted November 7, 2018 in Stories and Strategies for Success

There are some experiences that really stick with you. I remember sitting down to review a video of a student working with her SLP. It was hard to watch the SLP on the screen work with the little girl who was learning to use adjectives on her Vantage Lite.

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Our Trip to Fredericksburg

Posted October 24, 2018 in Communicators in Action

Last week Dave, my husband, and I went to Fredericksburg which is a little town in the Texas hill country to celebrate his birthday.

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Freaky Friday

Posted October 22, 2018 in Life With Kyle

Good eeeeeevening, everybody!

This is my favorite time of the year. The cooler nights are perfect for football, hot chocolate, marshmallows, campfires, scary stories, and hay rides.

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Posted October 17, 2018 in Communicators in Action

I use to view dependency on other people as a weakness and being independent as a strength, something for which to strive. While I still believe being as independent as possible is absolutely something to strive for, since independence pretty much always leads to freedom, my pastor gave a sermon a while ago that altered my point of view on being dependent upon others.

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I Know What We’re Gonna Do Today

Posted October 15, 2018 in Life With Kyle

I would like to tell you about my brother, Cameron. Even though he is seven years older than me, you’d never guess it. Our relationship is like most brothers.

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