How can the Learning Hub help you get started using AAC at Home?
Learn how to set up access methods and settings in Boardmaker to maximize your students' ability it interact with learning materials.
Learn to create activities using the Boardmaker Editor
Learn about implementation tips to support a positive communication environment for our AAC users and how to look for success.
Learn about the tools within TD Snap Core First that make it a great communication solution.
Learn about pre-made activities and curricula in Boardmaker
Discuss core vocabulary and how to get started implementing it.
Explore Pathways for Core First and discover how to use this free app to help support communication and language development.
Learn how low-tech tools can be used to supplement or aid symbol-supported communication.
Snap Scene provides in the moment learning opportunities and turns everyday moments into chances to learn communication naturally.
Learn how Boardmaker supports learners with diverse needs
Learn about the importance, benefits, and steps to effectively model for AAC communicators.
Explore the built-in behavior supports in Snap Core First.
This collection of recorded webinars discusses how to use the tools within the Core First Page Set to support communication at home.
Have fun reading with your child all summer long! Explore free interactive books and learn to engage in shared reading.
Watch our videos to learn about the integrated Google Assistant in TD Snap.
Learn strategies to go beyond requesting - into the world of asking questions, making comments, protesting, expressing opinions, and more.
Learn about low and high tech AAC communication supports that move emergent communicators toward symbolic communication.
Explore guidelines for providing a robust vocabulary that meets the needs of an AAC communicator.
Learn about shared reading using core vocabulary at home.
Use the videos and guide to learn how to download a free speaking trial of TD Snap for your Windows device or iPad.
Use the videos and guide to learn how to request and set up your Tobii Dynavox for Professional license of TD Snap.
Learn the characteristics and stages of emergent communication.
Debunk myths about Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).
Use this Quick Guide to learn how to use Activities-to-Go.
Use our books, stories, and sequences to support students learning at home and at school through COVID-19.
Download, print and use our Core First Books and Lessons to help support you in teaching specific core words.
Download and print out PDF versions of pages from TD Snap Core First - available in all grid sizes and in multiple languages.
Use this packet to support learning at home.
Use these low tech boards to support understanding of the Coronavirus.
Learn more about literacy and how to debunk myths that surround learning to read.
A collection of printable books that help explain natural disasters, including blizzards, earthquakes, hurricanes and wildfires.
Printable supports to help teach topics and start conversations related to social justice.
Use these Quick Guides to learn how to play preloaded and interactive activities from Boardmaker in TD Snap.
Learn more about the origins of core words, core word strategies in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), and more.
This book is designed for handling unexpected scary situations.
Printable books explaining the steps involved with receiving a shot for a child or adult.
Share this story to help symbol-based communicators understand the Coronavirus.
Listen to a 4 part interview series with our literacy expert, Maureen Donnelly.
Watch these recorded webinars as parents share success strategies for implementing AAC in the home.
Listen to this recorded interview featuring Maureen Donnelly, M.Ed. creator of Activities-to-Go discuss this new curriculum.
Watch these videos to learn more about how you can play pre-loaded and interactive activities from Boardmaker in TD Snap.
Watch these quick videos for ideas on how to support your AAC communicator use core words at home.
Listen to Susan Norwell, co-founder of Rett University, explain the concept of appropriate access in AAC.