Blogs about AAC at home

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Illustration of four children with different facial expressions and emotions, with a finger pointing to one
Jennifer Marden
Speech Language Pathologist

Using AAC to talk about emotions

How did you learn to label your emotional state as “sad” or “tired”? This blog is full of strategies for teaching the spoken words for feelings - especially for AAC users.

Making a paper-based AAC book
Amanda Hartmann
Speech Language Pathologist

Making a paper-based AAC book

AssistiveWare’s Amanda, Speech Language Pathologist, shares how to create a paper-based AAC book of your vocabulary. With it you will always have a backup communication system if anything should happen to your device.

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Pam Harris
Support Specialist

5 fantastic family AAC blogs

There are many wonderful blogs being written by moms and dads who have sons and daughters who use an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) solution. These are just 5 of our favorites.