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ASHA - Roles and Responsibilities of Speech-Language Pathologists With Respect to Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Technical Report

http://www.asha.org/policy/TR2004-00262/#sec1.7

Boardmaker:  http://www.mayer-johnson.com/

Boardmaker can be used to create low tech communication boards or create a variety of templates for communication devices.

Boardmaker supports can be used as an accomodation or a modification.  Consult with your building consultant to determine the appropriate use for your student.

Boardmaker Sharehttp://www.boardmakershare.com/

Online community for finding Boardmaker activities.

Free registration required.

Boardmaker is available through the ACT Team.

Contact your building consultant or assistive technology specialist for more information on borrowing and using Boardmaker.

 

Speaking of Speech.com is the first and largest interactive forum for speech/language pathologists and teachers to improve communication skills in our schools by:

  • exchanging ideas, techniques, materials, and lessons that work,
  • finding out about materials before you buy,
  • seeking and giving advice on therapy and caseload management issues, and
  • exploring a myriad of helpful resource links.

All school-based speech/language pathologists are encouraged to contribute to this site's growing knowledge base. In addition, SLPs in research and clinical settings, regular and special education teachers, parents, and students who have special needs are invited to take ideas from this site as well as share their own insights and perspectives.

Please share this web address with all friends and colleagues who are interested in the speech and language development of children, and bookmark Speaking of Speech.com as one of your favorite sites. Visit the site often to check out the new information that is added daily.

 


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