Join the 5-Day AAC CORE Vocabulary Challenge!
When it comes to working on communication with an AAC device or tool it can be overwhelming to plan engaging lessons.
If you are on the struggle bus with planning CORE vocabulary lessons and need an inspiration boost, come join the 5-day AAC CORE vocabulary challenge starting October 11-15th.
Join Felice, Anne, and Rachel as they give you daily mini-challenges for the week to learn how to adapt materials you already have to build CORE vocabulary.
Why sit alone on the therapy planning island when you collaborate with other like-minded SLPs to build your confidence with implementing AAC goals.
Ready to learn how to adapt materials and activities to teach CORE vocabulary?
Join the 5-day AAC challenge: October 11th-15th.I'm ready for this!
P.S. This challenge will have GIVEAWAYs. Each day you could win resources to help you with implementing AAC CORE vocabulary goals. SLPs that participate in all five challenges will be entered to win over $50 in resources, an AAC Ally course, a $75 iTunes gift card, and 2-months free AAC Academy membership ($52 value).
Ready for the 5-Day AAC Core Vocabulary Challenge?
Who's Behind This Challenge?
Felice Clark is a school-based speech pathologist that loves helping busy SLPs find ways to engage their students with materials that are motivating and aligned with their target goals.
Felice runs the website www.thedabblingspeechie.com where it is her passion to help SLPs learn how to manage their caseloads with confidence, so they can leave work feeling successful.
She enjoys showing SLPs how to adapt themed materials, provide engaging ways to teach evidence-based practices, and support SLPs with implementing collaborative services. Follow her on social media: @thedabblingspeechie
Rachel Madel is a Los Angeles-based speech-language pathologist who coaches parents and professionals on how to utilize technology to support communication development in children with complex communication needs. Rachel specializes in augmentative alternative communication (AAC) and presents to clinicians both nationally and abroad on using technology to support children with autism.
When she’s not working with children in her private practice, she co-hosts a weekly podcast called “Talking with Tech” that discusses evidence-based practices in AAC. Her work has been featured in Autism Parenting Magazine, Speech Science, Praactical AAC, Xceptional Ed, Teachers with Apps and ChildNEXUS. She is the founder of a digital media company www.rachelmadel.com that provides educational resources, therapy materials and training videos to help support parents and professionals of children with complex communication needs. You can follow her on social media: @rachelmadelslp
Anne Page is an ASHA certified speech language pathologist with a Master of Science degree in Speech Language Pathology from Nova Southeastern University. She is an award-winning blogger and international speaker. She has worked as a speech therapist for a Title I school for the past 13 years. She is currently the Assistive Technology Lead serving 19 schools in Phoenix. Anne is passionate about AAC. She loves the challenge of finding the best communication support system for her students and their teams.