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Annotated Communication Resource Guide - Methods and Strategies
- Facilitated Communication (FC)/Supported Typing – Institute on Communication and Inclusion at Syracuse University – Comprehensive information including in-depth how-to descriptions of the method, compilation of research, training calendar, personal perspectives from FC users, and print and video resources.
- Multimodal Communication – The Bridge School, a non-profit organization and internationally recognized leader in the education of children who use AAC. Multimodal Communication is everything an individual uses to communicate or enhance communication. Different strategies may be needed for different situations and communication partners. Strategies and tools may be combined to meet a wide variety of communication functions. See Teaching and Communication Strategies (e.g., Partner Assist).
- Scanning – Tele-Collaboration in Speech and Hearing Sciences Augmentative Communication – Introduction and demonstration on scanning.
- Picture Exchange Communication (PECS), Webcast – A Clear Picture: The Use and Benefits of PECS – by Lori Frost, MA CC-SLP and Andrew Bondy, PhD – A presentation that describes the Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS). It describes practical application of this system.