Podcasts, iPad apps, digital tools and more!
Evidenced-based and anecdotal resources.
What you’ll find here
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) refers to any non-verbal method of communication that may supplement or completely replace the use of oral speech. AAC may be aided or unaided, and it comes on a spectrum of technological levels, the lowest only requiring reliable movement of one body part to identify a word or idea.
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Tools for caregivers
Tools for Therapists
apps and programs
Avaz AAC app
Tools 2 Talk +
Alpha Topics AAC by Tactus Therapy
Talk Tablet Pro
AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom
Grid for iPad
Message and VOICE BANKING
The Voice Keeper – PRC Saltillo
Switches and Assistive Controls
AAC Evaluation Basics Part 1: Foundational Knowledge from SLP Nerdcast
Vendor and Tech Support
Multiple Access Method
NEWs & PEER REVIEW
BLOG & SOCIAL
Speak Up Blog – USSACC
AAC for the SLP
The Center for AAC & Autism
Janice Light Framework
DAAG-2 Dynamic AAC Goals Grid from Tobii Dynavox
Test of Aided-Communication Symbol Performance (TASP)
SLP Nerdcast – ASHA CEUs through podcast learning
Seminars and conferences
What’s Working in treatment
Call Chime Timing
Disclaimer: I do not receive any monetary or other reward for sharing any material from any source on my platform. All sources are from credible educational or therapy-specific sites, which I may have or may not have used in the past. Only the areas in which I have initialed are to be considered my own ideas or advice. Being that the resource page is a collection of ideas from different clinicians, you may encounter ideas that differ from one another. Any use of any materials or resource from this page or links attached, is at your own free will.