Course
Basics of AAC (1A001)
1 AAC Basics
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a. What is AAC
Basics of AAC (1A001)
Wondering if AAC is something that would benefit you or someone you support? Get started here to learn more. For more like this, you may also search: ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, aphasia, progressive, stroke, educators, family,...
Introduction to Access or Selection Methods for AAC (1A002)
1 AAC Basics
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a. What is AAC
Introduction to Access or Selection Methods for AAC (1A002)
Access and selection methods are the ways in which a person controls their AAC, how they navigate and select the desired content. Explore what options are available here. For more like this, you may also search: AAC Basics, eye gaze, switch,...
AAC Myths (1A003)
1 AAC Basics
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a. What is AAC
AAC Myths (1A003)
There are many misconceptions about what AAC is and how it can or cannot support people. Learn the truth and dispel common myths with these resources. For more like this, you may also search: Research, evidenced based, speech, language,...
AAC Approaches (1B001)
1 AAC Basics
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b. Get Started
AAC Approaches (1B001)
There is no one size fits all approach to using AAC. Learn about some general best practices and some available options for language organization that might support successful communication for an AAC user. Also explore the Use/Implement AAC...
Get to Know TD Products (1B002)
1 AAC Basics
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b. Get Started
Get to Know TD Products (1B002)
Check out this collection for an overview of all we have to offer so you can decide which products are best for you. For more like this, you may also search: Device, hardware, software, apps, Activities-to-Go, Boardmaker, Communicator 5,...
Low-Tech Tools (1B004)
1 AAC Basics
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b. Get Started
Low-Tech Tools (1B004)
Low-tech tools can be used before you get your device or to supplement the use of a high-tech system. This course will point you to helpful courses and additional resources if you need low-tech supports. Be sure to also explore the...
Learn from our Customers: Family Expert Series (1B005)
1 AAC Basics
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b. Get Started
Learn from our Customers: Family Expert Series (1B005)
You are not alone. Listen to parents discuss how they successfully support AAC in the home. Watch Erin Compton, Judy Lewis, and Deanna Hiltz share strategies for success in these recorded webinars. For more like this, you may also search:...
Getting Started by Diagnosis (1B006)
1 AAC Basics
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b. Get Started
Getting Started by Diagnosis (1B006)
Explore this collection of resources for introduction to AAC but also tailored to specific needs and diagnoses. For more like this, you may also search: ALS, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, aphasia, progressive, stroke, educators,...
Understanding Aphasia (1B007)
1 AAC Basics
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b. Get Started
Understanding Aphasia (1B007)
This course defines aphasia and differentiates between the various types. You will learn about the communication needs that exist, and strategies to support successful communication interactions with people who have aphasia. Learning...
Who Needs AAC Assessment? (2A201)
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a. Assessment
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ii. Get Started - Assessment
Who Needs AAC Assessment? (2A201)
Anyone who struggles to communicate at any point of their day could benefit from AAC. Explore this collection to determine who should have an AAC assessment and what you can do to prepare. For more like this, you may also search: ALS,...

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