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Aided Communication

Aided modes of communication include those approaches that require some form of external support, such as a communication boards with symbols (e.g., objects, pictures, photographs, line drawings, visual-graphic symbols, printed words, traditional orthography) or computers, handheld devices, or tablet devices with symbols that generate speech through synthetically produced or recorded natural (digitized) means.

Resources

  • Mealtime AAC Resource preview

    Mealtime AAC Resource

    Gabriella Romanoski, M.S., CF-SLP

    AAC Resource for use at mealtimes.

    Includes activity list

Activity List(s)