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Handouts and Presentations

A selection of our favourite handouts and presentations

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Handouts

AAC Boot Camp - SymbolStix – A summary of some helpful ‘Do’s & Don’ts’ when supporting someone who uses AAC. This version uses the SymbolStix icons.

Top tip! Print this out and have it on display in your classroom or care-setting as a gentle reminder of good AAC practice.

AAC Boot Camp - Unity - A summary of some helpful ‘Do’s & Don’ts’ when supporting someone who uses AAC. This version uses the SymbolStix icons.

Top tip! Print this out and have it on display in your classroom or care-setting as a gentle reminder of good AAC practice.

Activity First Worksheet - A one-page planning sheet to help you select vocabulary to model, which addresses various language functions, within set activities.

Top tip! After working through the ‘Choosing Vocab Activity First’ presentation, print out blank copies and pass them to parents, class or care teams to use for planning.

Home Implementation Core Vocab Activities - A great resource to help you think about the core words you can model at one, two or three-word level during home-based activities.

Top tip! Start by choosing one or two activities a week to gradually build up the number of times a day you can model some great core vocabulary.

I Can Communicate - SymbolStix - Written from the perspective of the individual using AAC this is a twist on the AAC Bootcamp Poster. A great resource to inform individuals, who are not used to AAC on how best to support someone who uses it.

Top tip! Print out a copy and then fold it over to create a small 2-sided version which can then be attached to either a device, wheelchair, frame or backpack.

Implementation in the Classroom - AAC Language Lab - A great resource to help you think about the core words you can model at one, two or three-word level during common classroom activities.

Top tip! Start by choosing one or two activities a week to gradually build up the number of times a day you can model some great core vocabulary.

Teaching core words across the Day – 2019 edition! - A comprehensive resource designed to help you teach 50 high frequency core words which can be used for multiple meanings and retain impact when used at a single word level. Designed as a tool to enhance vocabulary development this resource offers ideas for modelling multiple meanings of core words, including core words in simple two and three-word phrases and focussing on core words within popular activities. Teaching Core Words now comes with goals to help monitor progress and establish next steps!

Top Tip! Choose one or two core words to work on a week. Print the relevant pages and pass them to everyone who supports the individual to enable modelling of core words across settings. Use the goals to monitor progress.

Unity (WFL) Noun Categories - For teaching the Unity or LAMP Words for Life Vocabulary, this easy to follow reference chart allows you to quickly establish the noun categories behind each category icon – this can aid in finding new words to model or support recall of previously learned vocabulary.

Top tip! Print out and place in a frequently used location (such as near the kettle) for you to look at frequently and learn the categories.

AAC Participation Plan (with examples) - The AAC participation plan is a great resource to help you think about an individuals day and how you can target different language functions across daily activities..

Top tip! Look through the examples for ideas and then personalise it. Think about creating a separate plan for home and school/college/day services.

AAC Participation Plan (blank version) - A one-page planning sheet to help you select vocabulary to model, which addresses various language functions, within everyday routines.

Top tip! This can be printed out easily by all settings and completed with ease.

AAC Activities Plan (with examples) - This helpful resource allows you to take a preferred toy or activity and think about you can target different language functions within it.

Top tip! Look through the examples and see if any are relevant to the person you are supporting. If not, you can create your own using the blank form at the end of the pack.

AAC Activities Plan (blank version) - A one-page planning sheet to help you look at preferred toys and activities and think about how you can target different language functions.

Top tip! This can be printed out easily by all settings and completed with ease.

Presentations

Choosing Vocab Activity First - A great tool to help you think about the core vocabulary you can model within specific activities and how you can encourage the use of the selected core words at either a single or short phrase level. The tool includes some examples and practice scenarios to build up your skills and confidence.

Top tip! Spend some time working through the pack as a staff/ family team either in school, college or at home to encourage you to all start thinking about structured vocabulary planning and modelling.

Ideas for your Low-Tech Communication Aid - A resource of fantastic ideas designed to encourage use of Low Tech AAC across contexts to ensure different language functions are targeted and that skills are developed across the day.

Top tip! Keep a copy with your Low-Tech kit for ideas and inspiration.

Ideas for your Talking Photo Album - A resource of unusual and innovative ideas designed to expand how you use your talking photo album.

Top tip! Choose a different idea each month and think how you can use this with your Talking Photo Album

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