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Communication Without Limits Using AAC For Autistic Students

By Rosemarie Griffin

We are very excited to share with you a new FREE resource!

Communication Without Limits: An Intro to AAC for BCBAs

Communication without Limits: An Intro to AAC for BCBAs is a free course that we are thrilled to be offering to BCBA’s and SLP’s wanting to learn more about AAC!

AAC- Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) helps autistic students express their thoughts and needs. It includes systems like sign language, picture boards, and electronic devices. AAC fosters communication, language development, and social interaction skills.

In Communication Without Limits we will cover the benefits of AAC, types, assessments and goals. We are very excited to offer this free course and resource to you!

4 Comments

  1. Jennifer Mangino

    Thank you

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  2. Nancy Rodriguez

    Looking forward to reviewing and sharing my knowledge with parents

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  3. Yujin Chung

    thank you

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