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GoTalk Pocket AAC/Communication Device

Mid assistive tech for learners with speech/language impairment. Can also be used for those with intellectual disabilities

Binders to keep student schedules and individualized work. For kids with Autism.

Free Autism Visuals | For students needing a visual reminder of how to make "happy" choices. This page has so many great ways for students to express how they feel and for you to communicate if it is a good or bad choice. There are various options for different levels of learners. A great resource. Read more at:


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Apps to Help Students with Dysgraphia and Writing Difficulties

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iPad uPad wePad; Going 1-1 at St Oliver Plunkett

A great post with a huge list of core teacher apps and core student apps!

FREE Hallway Songs~ Clever, catchy lyrics to familiar, upbeat tunes will help your students get ready to walk quietly in the halls. Check out Teaching with Style on TpT for these free songs with classroom posters!

Great article on how to teach children to communicate effectively with AAC devices (Augmentative/Alternative Communication). Great for parents or SLPs!

Data collection forms - perfect to take in to IEP meetings! So excited to have found this - thanks Katie!

Letting feet stay busy ... students can push on the band while sitting in their chair. This will help the child who needs constant movement. I know I've had luck with the little bouncy cushions. This is probably an easier and cheaper option. Also, helps those chair tippers;)

Pencil fidgets - They allow the student to have something to move around in their hands. Students that require such fidgets have a need for sensory stimulation, and fidgets provide that within the classroom setting. I know about 50 kids... and myself who would benefit from these.

Augmentative Communication, AAC Evaluation, Speech Devices, AAC Apps Simplified: AAC Tech Connect