Blogjam: Get That AAC in the IEP, Uh Huh PrAACtical AAC, written by speech-language pathology professors Robin Parker and Carole Zangari, features guest blogger Lauren Enders, who comes to the rescue of teachers and SLPs trying to create individualized education program goals for students who use augmentative and alternative communication. She takes the top four frequently asked questions ... Blogjam
Blogjam  |   July 01, 2013
Blogjam: Get That AAC in the IEP, Uh Huh
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Blogjam   |   July 01, 2013
Blogjam: Get That AAC in the IEP, Uh Huh
The ASHA Leader, July 2013, Vol. 18, 12. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ2.18072013.12
The ASHA Leader, July 2013, Vol. 18, 12. doi:10.1044/leader.BGJ2.18072013.12
PrAACtical AAC, written by speech-language pathology professors Robin Parker and Carole Zangari, features guest blogger Lauren Enders, who comes to the rescue of teachers and SLPs trying to create individualized education program goals for students who use augmentative and alternative communication. She takes the top four frequently asked questions about how to refer to AAC in IEPs and breaks them down for readers.
"Frequently, SLPs and teachers contact me in a complete panic because they need to generate an IEP and write IEP goals for a student who is using (or beginning to use) augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). These folks have lots of questions and, most often, have no idea where to begin. There are a number of questions that come up repeatedly in these panicked requests. When approached by PrAACtical AAC to write a post about IEPs and AAC, I thought it might be helpful to share some of the most common questions I hear along with the answers I provide."
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