AAC for Children - An Introduction

AAC for Children - An Introduction

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) supports communication for children who have difficulty with speech.

Alternative Access

Alternative Access

Alternative access provides methods and strategies to enable people with disabilities to access technology 

Developing AAC Systems for Children

Developing AAC Systems for Children

AAC systems should be based on the knowledge, skills, and interests of the individual child, and support participation in a wide variety of activities.

Family-Centered Skills:  Active Listening for SLPs

Family-Centered Skills: Active Listening for SLPs

The use of family-centered skills, including active listening, result in positive relationships with family members and improved outcomes.

Funding for AAC for Children

Funding for AAC for Children

This course provides information on funding for AAC systems and services for school age children in the United States. 

Literacy Intervention for Learners with Complex Communication Needs

Literacy Intervention for Learners with Complex Communication Needs

The  ability to read and write has a powerful impact on everyone's educational and vocational opportunities, and our ability to communicate with others. 

Literacy and AAC: Letter-Sound Correspondences

Literacy and AAC: Letter-Sound Correspondences

Literacy is key to education and participation for all individuals. This module focuses on teaching letter-sound correspondences

Resource Center: State Specific Information

Resource Center: State Specific Information

This module provides state specific information re assessment, intervention, and funding for AAC.

Resource Center: Webcasts with optional quizzes

Resource Center: Webcasts with optional quizzes

This area contains webcasts with optional quizzes

Supporting Patient-Provider Communication

Supporting Patient-Provider Communication

Effective patient-provider communication is critical for successful outcomes.