Let’s Talk AAC Blog:

Improving Functional Communication for Young Children with Autism

Posted May 25, 2016 in Stories and Strategies for Success

Do you know a child with autism who isn’t able to communicate basic wants and needs? Does the child lack the social skills to participate in social interactions? Do you need a guide for how to improve functional communication in a young child with autism?

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Ha Ha Ha

Posted May 18, 2016 in Communicators in Action

Hello I am Ace Bryans, I am 16 years old, I am in a wheelchair and I live with GA1 a Metabolic Disorder and Dystonia a movement disorder so I can’t control my muscles.

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“Hacking” Your AAC Device: Clinical Applications

Posted May 10, 2016 in Stories and Strategies for Success

In my travels from clinic to clinic and house to house I meet many people with very different ideas for what they want to get out of their PRC device. Some just want to use it as it is for basic communication, others want to add some custom vocabulary and maybe a few special functions. Then there are those who want to push the limits and squeeze every bit of usefulness out of it and completely reprogram the default options.

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FEAR!!!!

Posted May 4, 2016 in Communicators in Action

Hello!

It is Kyle.

Today I want to talk about FEAR. It is funny and sad how fear can control us.

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