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AAC Resources from Forbes AAC
Take a look at these resources created for pediatric AAC users and those who support these individuals!
Modeling for AAC, or aided language stimulation, is an intervention strategy that has shown to benefit AAC users of many different ages, disabilities, and language skills (O’Neill et al., 2018). This resource can help you get started using this strategy!
Low Tech CoreWord Boards:
The CoreWord Language System provides AAC users with a powerful combination of core language, fringe vocabulary and banks of key phrases. The language system is divided into three distinct levels that correspond with vocabulary layouts: CoreWord 6, 20 and 40. Use these to create low-tech CoreWord boards to be used across many different environments!
Brown’s Stages represent a framework of language development documented by speech-language theorist Roger Brown. The CoreWord™ system supports each essential language development milestone, providing progressively more advanced content from one level to the next.
Use these practice sentences for each CoreWord™ level to jumpstart intervention!
Want to jumpstart ideas on how to incorporate AAC at home, in therapy, or in the classroom? These resources can help!
With play-based learning in mind, Forbes AAC created the Language Development Kits (LDK) as a companion accessory to an AAC user's speech generating device.
Using play-based motivators and professionally developed Clinical Protocols, the development kits create a systematic pathway to language acquisition.
Check out this link to learn more Forbes AAC Language Development Kit and download the LDK page sets above!
Clinical Protocols Preview
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