Let’s Talk AAC Blog:

Talking points for comments to the FCC To improve Telephone Assistance for AAC Users and other People with Speech Disabilities.

Posted October 30, 2013 in Communicators in Action

Information on how citizens can improve services if using the Speech to Speech Telephone Relay Services.

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Acorns

Posted October 23, 2013 in Stories and Strategies for Success

About a month ago I enjoyed an afternoon excursion, with my son Everett (age 5) to hear a local jazz band playing an outdoor concert. While the music was certainly entertaining, my son quickly discovered that the trees all around us were dropping acorns and the focus of our afternoon excursion suddenly became….acorn collecting!

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New Counting Unit Posted

Posted October 21, 2013 in What's New!

The AAC Language Lab has new materials to help your student learn to count using their communication device.

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New Teaching Cube Games

Posted October 14, 2013 in What's New!

The AAC Language Lab has new, fun resources to help your child learn to use adjectives and answer questions.

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Unlocking the Door to the Room of Possibility

Posted October 8, 2013 in Communicators in Action

Question: When is an argument with your son cause for celebration? Answer: When your son is a 4-year-old with autism who has never spoken a word in his life!

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MmmmmmTssssss

Posted October 2, 2013 in Making AAC Work

MmmmTssss is a sound: a bass drum in your throat (mmmm) and then a little hi- hat on your teeth (tsss). Do this over and over and again just for fun.

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