AAC Training

AAC training services

Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) refers to the various ways people communicate besides talking with their mouth. For children with a speech and/or language disorder, AAC can help them communicate more clearly and confidently. As a speech language pathologist who specializes in AAC, Caitlin Burke offers customized training to help educators use a child’s AAC system to deliver the best possible outcome.

How AAC training works:

What are the child’s primary difficulties?
What parent or caregiver concerns need to be addressed?
What challenges are your staff facing in assisting the child?
What AAC system is the child currently using?
How might the child’s language develop differently using AAC rather than spoken language?
How do you customize the AAC system for the child?
What types of activities would the child most likely embrace?
How can we support the child's literacy development?
What strategies will best support the child in achieving his or her goals?

Working in collaboration with your team, we’ll gather critical information that allows us to develop a customized training program and create a roadmap for success.

You want what is best for your child.

Contact us today to learn more about our child-specific AAC training services!

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