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a few of my favorite AAC RESOURCES
Transcript of a few of my favorite AAC RESOURCES
a few of my
What is AAC?
Alternative Augmentative Communication
Augmentative Alternative Communication
from around the web
KELLY VAN SINGEL
“Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) refers to the methods used to maximize the communication abilities of individuals whose natural speech is either temporarily or permanently impaired. These methods involve the use of aided and/or unaided symbols. Aided symbols require some type of tangible representation. Examples include: real objects, Picture Communication Symbols, letters and/or words. These can be presented on a non-electronic communication board or displayed on an electronic communication device. Unaided symbols are those that are produced using the individual’s body and may include gesture, sign and/or finger spelling (ASHA, 2002).”
Chapter 3 ASNAT Manual 2009
Lauren Schwartz Enders
Gateway - Joan Bruno
Center for AAC and Autism
Gail Van Tatenhove