The thought of Implementing Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) can be a little scary for all communication partners including SLPs, teachers, paraprofessionals and parents. With a user friendly approach, this presentation will provide a basic understanding of how to get started with AAC.
- give a working definition of core and fringe vocabulary
- give two examples of meaningful therapy activities incorporating core vocabulary and student interests.
- give a reason why modeling AAC to teach AAC is important.
- Enroll in this course.
- Return to this course and click on “4. Watch Live Webinar” tab
at the designated Live Webinar time.
Need a Course Certificate?
- Achieve 80% on the Quiz
- Check your email for Course Certificate
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- Courses are eligible as Certificate Maintenance Hours (CMH)
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