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Free CEUs for SLPs

  Many companies provide ASHA Continuing Education Units (CEUs) free of charge for Speech-Language Pathologists looking to minimize the cost…
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Fall Core Vocabulary

A great thing about core vocabulary: High-frequency words don’t change with the season. Fall is here and it is getting colder…
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What’s the Tea on Slang and AAC?

Hey Bestie!  Language is constantly changing.  New words are added to official dictionaries every year.  And many of these words…
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ACES 2023

July 16 – July 28, 2023 After too long, we are excited to announce that ACES will be in person…
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Spring 2022 App Sales

Many AAC companies put their apps on sale for half price for some time in April. April is Autism Acceptance…
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Winter Core Vocabulary

Sleigh using core vocabulary this holiday and winter season! Core vocabulary makes up a lot of what we say.  These…
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Supporting Artists with Disabilities

Consider buying gifts from artists who use AAC. Many of us are doing our holiday shopping last minute. It might…
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AAC Users and Thanksgiving

Centering Communication  Let’s talk about some ways we can support AAC users during the holidays. November is a time when…
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Free AAC Apps for SLPs

Updated 4/1/2024 Spring App sales are here! Thanks to Lauren Enders, for creating this PDF of upcoming sales on AAC…
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AAC Evaluations: Back to School

As September comes to an end, students are back in the classroom. But school in 2021 probably looks a little…
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ADHD and AAC

There is little research on AAC and ADHD. Folks with ADHD as a primary condition do not typically need augmentative…
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AAC and Cortical Visual Impairment

What is cortical visual impairment? CVI is the most common form of visual impairment in children. It is the only…
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AAC and Descriptive Teaching: Let Me Show You What I Know

During the pandemic, speech therapists and teachers have understandably focused more on the HOW of teaching than the WHAT. They…