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Halloween!

Posted October 26, 2016 in Communicators in Action

I like Halloween. I want to dress up as a leprechaun

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Project Droid

Posted October 19, 2016 in What's New!

Have you ever wanted something really badly and then once you got it, it wasn’t quite like you expected it to be? Well that’s kind of what happens to the main character Logan in the Project Droid series.

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Cartoon Core

Posted October 12, 2016 in Stories and Strategies for Success

Shared reading is a strategy used to teach emergent literacy skills. It’s an interactive reading experience that helps teach students the concept of reading. It serves to build social closeness, joint attention to an experience, models of how we treat books and other early literacy skills. For my clients using AAC, I’ve found that it is also a wonderful way to teach communication using core words to comment on the story and share our insights about the characters and action.

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Three Boys With A Lot To Say: A Journey to PRC

Posted October 5, 2016 in Stories and Strategies for Success

I’d like to introduce you to the 3 students who changed my course of AAC and ultimately brought me to my current position of regional consultant for Michigan and Toledo-Bowling Green, Ohio.

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