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                            Evidence-based AAC Interventions for Infants, Toddlers, and Preschoolers
The Penn State Team
The challenge
What did I learn watching my kids learn language?
What did I learn watching my kids learn language?
Principles to guide AAC intervention with young children
Principles to guide AAC intervention with young children
Principles to guide AAC intervention with young children
Principles to guide AAC intervention with young children
Goals of the presentation
AAC-RERC
Participants
Goals of AAC Interventions
AAC Interventions
Departure from typical AAC intervention
Components of effective evidence-based AAC intervention
Case #1 AAC intervention with infants - Initial intervention
Identify meaningful contexts for social interaction
Identify meaningful contexts for social interaction
Identify meaningful contexts for social interaction
Develop appropriate AAC systems
Introducing AAC to parents
Develop appropriate aided AAC systems
AAC systems should be fun (from Light, Drager, & Nemser, 2004; Light, Curran, Page, & Pitkin, in press)
AAC systems should be easy to use
Traditional grid layout
Visual scene display layout
Develop appropriate VSDs
What makes a “good” VSD?
Develop appropriate VSDs
Select appropriate vocabulary
Select appropriate vocabulary
Develop appropriate VSDs
Introduce appropriate AAC systems
AAC systems should be dynamic
AAC systems should be dynamic
Set up the environment to support social interaction
Use appropriate strategies to support child’s communication
Initiate the context / identify opportunities for communication
Mark opportunities for child to communicate
Respond to the child
Slide Number 42
Model AAC + speech
Work with parents to enhance participation
Intervention Stage 2Developing semantic concepts
Work with parents
Slide Number 47
Intervention - Stage 3Learning syntax and morphology
Developing the foundations for social interactions with peers
Learning the form of language
Slide Number 51
Intervention Stage 4Phonological awareness / literacy
Slide Number 53
Ongoing literacy instruction
Summary of results to date
Slide Number 56
Slide Number 57
Slide Number 58
Slide Number 59
The art and science of AAC intervention
The art of AAC intervention
For further information,Visit www.aac-rerc.com for the webcast on young children who require AAC or E-mail [email protected]
                        

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