Posted July 30, 2014 in What's New!
Students can now participate in conversations on current topics with peers and family!
Posted July 23, 2014 in Communicators in Action
It is my pleasure to present this blog post today by my dear friend, Martin Pistorious. I met Martin at the ISAAC conference in Montreal by chance. We have stayed in touch throughout the years and I can highly recommend his book, ‘Ghost Boy’ which is now available in the United States. I am so thankful that he was willing to share his story with the world - and what a story it is.
Jane Odom, Director of Implementation Resources
Posted July 16, 2014 in Communicators in Action
Hello, this is Kevin again, a PRC ambassador from North Carolina. In my last blog post, “Motivate to Self-Advocate”. I discussed how communication partners can get involved with encouraging an augmentative communicator to use and be more self-sufficient with their device. In this post, we are going beyond just using the device by discussing how communicating with a device can impact a person’s self image. This discussion is actually an speaking presentation I recently did in Atlanta for the ISTE Communication Playground.
Posted July 9, 2014 in Stories and Strategies for Success
During the school year schedules are very busy for parents, educators, and speech therapists. This can make it difficult to find time for training. So once you’ve had a vacation and feel relaxed consider taking some time to build or hone your Unity skills.