In this post, we’ll take another look at the results of last year’s International AAC Awareness Month Survey to see what it tells us about the teaching strategies that family members and professionals use to support people who use AAC.
The doors to the AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom are OPEN! The classroom offers a large collection of learning resources, which are designed to support implementation of any communication device that is based on core words.
AssistiveWare's SLP Jennifer Marden updates our blog on how to avoid accidental triggering. The original blog is based on iOS trouble-shooting with Lisa Lehmann, Lateef McLeod and Glenda Watson Hyatt during ISAAC 2016.
Communication does not stop at home or at school. Successful communication happens when people with communication difficulties can use their AAC system in all environments. Find strategies for using AAC at home in this blog post.
We’ve seen that Apple cares about accessibility. There have also been signs that Tim Cook personally cares about making sure Apple’s devices work for everyone. During his visit to the AssistiveWare office we experienced this first hand.
Senior editor of Thinking Person's Guide to Autism and mother of an autistic teenaged son, Shannon Des Roches Rosa, questions the mantra "behavior is communication". When are autistic behaviors communication, and when are they not?