AAC tools and devices aim to facilitate, supplement, or replace verbal speech.
Picture exchange systems, communication boards, choice cards, and speech generating devices are all examples of AAC options.
AAC isn't just for people who have motor impairments which limit their verbal speech. AAC can also be used for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Delays, or Cognitive Disabilities.
• Developing and implementing an academic curriculum for students who are homeschooling
• Providing support for completing homework and projects, studying for school assessments, or preparing for standardized tests
• Determining effective teaching strategies for a student’s personal learning style
• Establishing behavior response systems to increase student motivation
• Addressing individual challenges of learning disabilities or developmental disorders
• Building confidence in discouraged students