Blogs with tag Building language

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Gestalt Language Processing and AAC

Gestalt Language Processing is getting a lot of buzz in the field of AAC. AssistiveWare Support Team member and part-time AAC user Lily Konyn dives deeper into what it means and, most importantly, how it might influence our AAC tools and supports.
5 minute read
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How does Proloquo promote literacy?

Developing literacy is essential for AAC users. AssistiveWare’s Proloquo® is designed to support users to grow their vocabulary as their literacy skills develop seamlessly. In this blog post, we explain how you can use the unique features of Proloquo to teach literacy to all students. As part of the “Proloquo explained” blog series, it is written for anyone who wants an in-depth explanation of the design of the new Proloquo AAC app.
9 minute read
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How can I use Proloquo to teach categories?

AssistiveWare Proloquo® organizes fringe words into categories. Children who are learning to use AAC need to be taught how categories work. As part of the “Proloquo explained” blog series, it is written for anyone who wants an in-depth explanation of the design of the new Proloquo AAC app.
8 minute read
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Can I teach grammar with Proloquo?

Grammar is an important part of language and communication. In this blogpost we explain how you can teach grammar with Proloquo®. As part of the “Proloquo explained” blog series, it is written for anyone who wants an in-depth explanation of the design of the new Proloquo AAC app.
3 minute read
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