AAC in Today's Classrooms - Vol. 20 #4 (December 2008) This newsletter identifies principles and strategies that can help children with complex communication needs (CCN) succeed in their classrooms. It explores basic principles for serving students with CCN in our schools.
Newsletter Contents: Clinical News: Principles for classrooms with students who use AAC For Consumers: Classroom strategies: Dos and dont's University Research: Practically Speaking AAC-RERC: The Accessible Literacy Learning (ALL) curriculum Resources & References
Communication Access for People with Complex Communication Needs - Vol. 20 #3 (September 2008) This issue seeks to expand the boundaries of our thinking about the rights of people with complex communication needs (CCN). Without the right to communication access, there is no equality for people with CCN and too few are included in their communities.
Newsletter Contents: Clinical News: Communication access for people who rely on AAC Governmental: The UN Convention on the Rights of People with Disabilities For Consumers: Communication assistants: Human supports for communication access AAC-RERC: The Human Element Resources & References
Newsletter Contents: University & Research: Getting started in emerging AAC areas: What do we know? Clinical News: The Bridge School Teacher-in-Residence Program Governmental: ISAAC's EAN committee and Build-AAC project AAC-RERC: AAC-RERC Webcast Series: Educating through consumer appeal Resources & References