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AAC: I Have an AAC System Now What?

This practical AAC handout was created by Kate McLaughlin, M.S., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist: @the.aac.coach

AAC Modeling: Read Together

This practical AAC handout was created by Kate McLaughlin, M.S., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist: @the.aac.coach

AAC Modeling: Watching TV

This practical AAC handout was created by Kate McLaughlin, M.S., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist: @the.aac.coach

AAC Modeling: On A Walk

This practical AAC handout was created by Kate McLaughlin, M.S., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist: @the.aac.coach

AAC Modeling: Building Toys

This practical AAC handout was created by Kate McLaughlin, M.S., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist: @the.aac.coach

AAC Modeling: Bathtime

This practical AAC handout was created by Kate McLaughlin, M.S., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist: @the.aac.coach

AAC Modeling: Mealtime

This practical AAC handout was created by Kate McLaughlin, M.S., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist: @the.aac.coach

AAC Modeling: Morning Routine

This practical AAC handout was created by Kate McLaughlin, M.S., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist: @the.aac.coach

AAC Modeling: Getting Dressed

This practical AAC handout was created by Kate McLaughlin, M.S., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist: @the.aac.coach

Places Page

This is a sample “places” page (with 18 places) from an expressive language tool.
Your child could point to pictures to express, clarify or expand upon his/her thoughts. You could point to pictures as you speak too! For example, you could point to “go + restaurant”, or “I + want + home”. This would help your child learn how the tool is used.

Art Page

This is a sample “art” page (with 14 art-related items) from an expressive language tool.
Your child could point to pictures to express, clarify or expand upon his/her thoughts. You could point to pictures as you speak too! For example, you could point to “like + blue”, or “I + see + purple”. This would help your child learn how the tool is used.

Food Page (Simplified)

This is a sample “food” page (with 18 food choices) from an expressive language tool.
Your child could point to pictures to express, clarify or expand upon his/her thoughts. You could point to pictures as you speak too! For example, you could point to “more + pizza”, or “help + open”. This would help your child learn how the tool is used.

Food Page (Expanded)

This is a “food” page (with 44 food choices) from a sample expressive language tool.
Your child could point to pictures to express, clarify, or expand upon his/her thoughts. You could point to pictures as you speak too! For example, you could point to “want + pizza”, or “I + like + ice cream”. This would help your child learn how the tool is used.

Activities Page

This is an “activities” page (with 44 activity choices) from a sample expressive language tool. Your child could point to pictures to express, clarify, or expand upon his/her thoughts. You could point to pictures as you speak too! For example, you could point to “play + game”, or “I + want + song”. This would help your child learn how the tool is used.

5 Little Ducks

This picture display could be used while you sing the “5 Little Ducks” song with your child. Point to the pictures as you talk or sing. Have fun!