Links

http://specialedfromamomspointofview.wordpress.com/

In her blog, this former school teacher and mother of two boys shares her experiences as a parent navigating her way around in the world of Special Education.  She is honest and opinionated and works hard to be a vehicle of change for children.

http://praacticalaac.org/

This website offers practical, evidence-based strategies, tools and resources for promoting AAC learning and building meaningful relationships and opportunities through communication.

http://aacliteracy.psu.edu/index.php/page/show/id/1

Specific guidelines and evidence-based literacy intervention strategies for individuals with complex communication needs from Penn State’s Janice Light and David McNaughton.

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2 thoughts on “Links

  1. I too love the site praacticalaac.org. I get their daily emails and many times forward them to Speech Paths. in my school district. I am the Speech Pathology / Assistive Technology Program Support therapist for our district. I also teach an AAC Grad. class at Marquette University in the summer session and I use the website and refer to it frequently!!
    Ann

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