Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: What is a robust vocabulary in AAC?
SMoRRES Flip Book and Poster
AAC Feature Matching Overview. This handout from the University of Wisconsin Hospital Communication Aids & Systems Clinic (CASC) provides an overview of AAC Feature Matching.
This webinar will provide participants with an overview of the importance of communication partner instruction, review training elements found in successful communication partner training programs and discuss research regarding the effectiveness of school staff and family instruction in partner-augmented input.
Ingredients to Successful Modeling SMoRRES and Partner Augmented Input Evidence-based research supports the use of partner-augmented input (PAI), also known as aided language modeling, as an intervention strategy for children who use AAC. PAI can be done at home, school, and in the community by a variety of communication partners including family members, teachers, and peers. In this introductory session, attendees will learn what PAI is, why it’s important to use, and how to provide…
This closed Facebook group is for parents, adult siblings, grandparents, and other family members supporting AAC users at home through use of partner-augmented input (i.e., modeling AAC). NOTE: Answers to three questions are required for membership approval.
The SETT Framework is a tool that helps teams gather and organize information that can be used to guide collaborative decisions about services that foster the educational success of students with disabilities.
Thoughtful interventionists make AAC decisions based on the nature of the situation, not trends or personal preferences. Still, it’s easy to get caught up in the groundswell when you’ve been to a t…
Instructional DVD - Partner-Augmented Input: Modeling AAC in the Classroom. This program will take staff through portions of steps one through five of an evidence-based, 8-step instructional model for teaching partner-augmented input. Staff will complete commitment to the instructional program, strategy description, videotaped strategy demonstration, verbal practice of the strategy steps, and some controlled practice.