Core Word Classroom reaches 10,000 subscribers

From then to now

Speech language pathologists Amanda Hartmann and Jennifer Marden started the AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom in 2016. It was created to fill the gap in how to actually use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) day to day, so AAC learners could become successful and independent communicators.

The AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom recently reached over 10,000 subscribers! It is great to see so many people use it to support AAC learners at home and at school.

What subscribers think about it

“AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom is a fantastic resource that provides teachers and therapists with structured opportunities to model AAC across the school day. It has also supported our parents by enabling them to become better AAC communicators which in turn has had a positive impact on our Parent-School relationships” says Caitriona Ferrer
"Just brilliant, so handy when mentoring beginning teachers in AAC” says Mary Pitt
“I love it! It gives a nice concrete activity to give the families and para professionals each week and helps introduce the core words in a fun systematic way. Also a great time saver for busy Speech Language Pathologists that have caseloads with a wide variety of disorders" says Melissa King Barsam
Photo of Jennifer Marden and Amanda Hartmann. They are both smiling and holding an AssistiveWare Core Word Board.

Get started with the Core Word Classroom 

If you aren't yet familiar yet, visit the Core Word Classroom. Once you are signed up, you will find Core Word Planners, Modeling Guides, Word of the Week Planners, Word of the Week Displays, 5 Minute Fillers and more. All resources are designed to support implementation of any AAC system that is based on core words.

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