AAC Corner: 5 Ways to Promote Generalization of AAC Use
Editor’s Note” Its AAC Awareness Month! Please enjoy this blog post from our favorite AAC Blogger, PrAACtical AAC!
[Source: PrAACtical AAC]
Do you work with AAC learners who demonstrate their communication skills in therapy or instructional lessons, but not elsewhere? In this post, we review some things we can do to make it easier for AAC learners to generalize their newly-developed skills and use them in a variety of places with a range of communication partners.
Part of the solution to this problem lies in collaborating with the communication partners in other settings. In doing that, we want to be sure that the partners use good communication facilitation strategies, such as these. Partner skills are something we’ve covered here on several occasions.
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