The Periodic Table of AAC

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Augmentative alternative communication is an abstract issue that many people struggle to get their head around. I’ve found this fabulous visual (I’m AT, right?) that explains it in one page. The graphic is color coded with items about

  • GUIDING BELIEFS
  • AAC COMPETENCIES
  • INSTRUCTIONAL AND IMPLEMENTATION TIPS
  • COMMUNICATION FUNCTIONS
  • ADULT SUPPORT TIPS
  • ASSESSMENT CONSIDERATIONS

Sorry to yell at you with the big caps but I wanted you, the reader, to see the richness of this graphic. Genius! Thanks to Kate Ahern, one of my favorite bloggers, for creating this.

http://teachinglearnerswithmultipleneeds.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-periodic-table-of-aac.html

Gayle McNurlen

Gayle McNurlen

An occupational therapist by background, I have been dabbling in technology since the early days of the Macintosh. I got my dream job in 2003 as the assistive technology consultant at Region 10. I would much rather play with technology than do my real job so this seems to be a good fit for me! I am also the Low Incidence Disabilities consultant.

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