Speech / language impaired

Visual Supports Object Schedules


In this video Scott Fox and Teri Messerschmidt demonstrate the use of object schedules.

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Augmentative Communication 2013


This is a short bit on the power of AAC.

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Maya Finds Her Voice


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Archived Webinar on Switch Accessible Visual Scene Displays Using The iPad

AbleNet presented an overview of the use of visual scene display app, Scene & Heard on the iPad. Attendees will understand the manner in which visual scene displays can be created on the iPad using this app. They will be introduced to some of the ways visual scene displays may be used with different client groups and the principles in designing scenes.

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Lianna Bryant's Poem


This video is just a "snapshot" of how hard Lianna works on a project. It took several days of working 10 - 30 minutes at a time to complete this poem.

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Great Apps for Autism: "Scene Speak" Review


Here is a great iPad application that can help children with autism learn to associate basic language with people and things in their own world.

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Archived webinar: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC): Evidence-based Principles & Practice

In the archived webinar on YouTube: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC): Evidence-based Principles and Practice, Kristen Carroll and Bonnie Mintun discuss the basics of choosing and using communication devices and strategies for those who experience speech disability to the extent that th

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Best YouTube Clips on AAC

We've spent 6 months reviewing all the clips on YouTube that have to do with AAC, using iPads for communication, speech therapy, and related subjects. The top 100 form part of the collection of Video clips found on this site, where you can search by keyword.  All have captions. If the captions on YouTube are nonexistant or terrible, we've provided a link from our collection to a captioned version at Amara.com.

Below are some of our favorites, listed with their YouTube link.

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AbleNet's Action Dictionary: Modification Hints

AbleNet's Action Dictionary app for iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch lists 75 verbs with suggestions for how to modify the activity so that a student with a physical and/or cognitive disability can participate. Verbs include clap, predict, record, stamp, etc. Each is defined and illustrated.

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