AAC in the Schools: Best Practices for Intervention
Overcome barriers for students who use AAC
This is a comprehensive guide for systematically overcoming barriers in the school for students who use AAC. The tools and strategies enable the SLP to help students master the skills needed to learn in all subject areas and social settings.
Topics addressed include language and literacy development, assessment, collaboration with families, and professional competencies.
Written by Nancy B. Robinson, PhD and Gloria Soto, PhD.
Softbound book, 110 pages, includes PDF on a Win/Mac CD.
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