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Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Flashback Friday - Tips for Low Tech Eye Gaze Communicators
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communication purpose: express wants & needs, information transfer communication competency: operational Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Flashback Friday - Tips for Low Tech Eye Gaze Communicators
Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Flashback Friday - Tips for Low Tech Eye Gaze Communicators Purpose: communicating wants and needs, social closeness, information transfer Competency: operational
Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Tips for Low Tech Eye Gaze Communication
Tips for Low Tech Eye Gaze Communicators
Tips for Eye Gaze Communicators
How I Do It: AAC in the IEP article by Lauren Enders speech pathologist with great wordtrack for writing communication devices into the IEP
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This website shows a question and answer session with an experienced SLP. The answers tell teachers and SLPs how to include AAC when writing IEPs and IEP goals. This will be useful in the future if I work in a school setting. I'm sure that for teachers and professionals who have never written IEPs for AAC users before, these tips and rules would be extremely useful.
How I Do It: AAC in the IEP - Frequently asked questions about implementing AAC into IEP goals. Read before next IEP
How I Do It: AAC in the IEP | Writing #IEP Goals for #AAC Users | repinned by www.stageslearning.com
What is it? A page that provides tips on how to write IEP goals that include the use of AAC. How may this be helpful in the future? As an SLP, I will inevitably have to address AAC learning in an IEP. This page provides me with an easy to read resource on how to and where to enter AAC into the IEP. This will allow me to do my job to the best of my ability.
PrAACtical AAC: How I Do It-AAC in the IEP. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.
1. What is it?- This is a blog post from a practicing SLP about how to write an IEP for an AAC user. 2. This will be helpful in the future, to use a reference on how to write an IEP for an AAC client for the first time. This will also be helpful to know what to include in the IEP for that client.
How I Do It: AAC in the IEP - Frequently asked questions about implementing AAC into IEP goals. This will assist SLPs who are new to writing IEPs for students who use AAC and will provide a quick useful reference to answer common questions that may arise during the IEP process.
This link leads to a website called PrAACtical AAC, and specifically to a page where a woman gives tips on how to write IEP goals that include AAC. IEP's are going to be a big part of the job as an SLP. Speech Therapists are required to write Speech goals in the IEP, and including AAC devices in these goals could prove to be challenging. This page will be a helpful resource by giving me tips on what to include and not include, along with many other things, when working on IEPs.
PrAACtical AAC-Information is provided on how to include AAC goals in the IEP. KS
How I Do It: AAC in the IEP
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