Having an alternative augmentative communication (AAC) user can be overwhelming for a classroom teacher, but it doesn't have to be! This download contains 3 no-prep handouts that cover the following areas:-Basic AAC introduction-Integration tips & tricks-TerminologyEach handout is 2 pages and can be printed front and back for paper saving!
3 Areas of Goals for Using Augmentative Communication with Interactive Books
Student using augmentative communication (a speech generating device) to identify vocabulary in an interactive book about Thanksgiving. From 5 Ways to Use Interactive Books in the Classroom by Autism Classroom Resources
There is a simple trick that school therapists and teachers use a lot for kids who have trouble sitting still. It is to put some Thera-Band stretched around a chair’s legs so that the student can push on it while sitting in their chair. It can help a child who has to be moving much of the time. The child can push on it with their feet so that they are moving while sitting at their desk doing work.
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