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Being A Model Communicator - Being a Model Communicator - Another great video demonstrating the technique of Aided Language Stimulation (Modeling) for students learning to use AAC. This method is absolutely essential for the success of the user, just as hearing natural speech of a parent/caregiver is essential to a typically developing child. #AAC Big thanks to David Harraway of @COMTech Yooralla for sharing this wonderful resource.

Video of the Week: 10 Tips for Using a Natural Aided Language Board by Gail Van Tatenhove

PrAACtical AAC | Supports for language learning

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Watch It Wednesday: A Right to Communicate Get ready to smile and enjoy this video produced by the Dumfries and Galloway National Health Service. Lots of great advice and tips for communication partners!

Watch It Wednesday: A Right to Communicate

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Video of the Week – AAC & The Reading Song

Video of the Week – AAC & The Reading Song

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▶ SLP PODD - YouTube - Wondering how to use the PODD for communication with your child? Jessica explains what it is and how to use it at home. Some nice examples of Aided Language Stimulation/the importance of modeling, even when the child does not respond.

Watch It Wednesday: “How Do You Feel About…?” In this post, we share a video of the implementation of this concept with Charlie, a preschooler who has considerable oral language but nonetheless benefits from making language visible. Take a look.

▶ Maggie's Request Line is Open - YouTube - example of 2 switch scanning on high-tech voice output AAC

Learning up & down on Vantage Lite AAC device - YouTube from Lindsey Cargill

LAMP Therapy - making phrases - YouTube from Lindsey Cargill

LAMP Therapy - combining words and talking about emotions - YouTube from Lindsey Cargill

I need a new word-Part 2 - from Uncommon Sense by Dana Gaeckle Nieder. Mom does an INCREDIBLE job of putting Maya in charge of WHERE the new word should go. That way, she will have more control and be more likely to remember the motor plan from the start.

I need a new word-Part 1 from Uncommon Sense by Dana Gaeckle Nieder. Great example of the challenges of unintelligible speech, even with the support of an AAC system. We still have to figure out fringe (personal core) words to put in there. Be sure to click on part two.

Motor Planning in AAC - Lesson learned, ALWAYS keep vocabulary in the same location on every screen!

Will uses a Talker, part 3 - from Uncommon Sense by Dana Gaeckle Nieder - AAC by 18 Months. WIll is almost 17 months.

Will uses a Talker, part 2 - from Uncommon Sense by Dana Gaeckle Nieder - AAC by 18 Months. WIll is almost 17 months.

▶ Learning the word "drink" on AAC - YouTube

Video of the Week: AAC Strategy for Scanning by AAC Chicks