While dynamic display voice output devices with robust vocabulary and the ability to compose messages using symbols, text or spelling affords most individuals using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices the most comprehensive and effective means to communicate, high tech devices are not always practical, available or desired. All individuals need to be multi-modal communicators. Join me as we explore creative low tech options for individuals who use AAC! In this session we will consider the variety of reasons that individuals using AAC may need low tech systems and considerations in developing these low tech alternatives.
1. List 5 reasons that individuals who use AAC may need a low tech alternative
2. Identify 4 options for access to low tech AAC systems
3. Identify 3 tools for creating low tech communication systems
4. List 5 ways that all individuals utilize multimodal communication tools and systems
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Beth is the Director of Educational Programs for LessonPix and receives a salary and income from LessonPix. She is a former Montgomery County Public Schools (Maryland) employee.
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