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Why Literacy is Critical for Students Who Use AAC: Part 1 - Introducing the Alphabet!

Why Literacy is Critical for Students Who Use AAC: Part 1 - Introducing the Alphabet!

by Maureen Donnelly M.Ed January 23, 2020

Karen Erickson, the Director of the Center for Literacy and Disability Studies at UNC, has many important things to say about the role of literacy in the lives of people who use AAC. In this blog, we highlight the most salient points!
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Boardmaker Symbols become a Statewide Fixture in Connecticut

Boardmaker Symbols become a Statewide Fixture in Connecticut

by The Boardmaker Team January 21, 2020

Emergency personnel in CT now have easy access to Boardmaker PCS symbols that will assist them in communication with nonverbal people in emergency situations. Read the blog to find out more!
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2020 Calendars are Here!

2020 Calendars are Here!

by Alexis Pollock, Clinical Content Development, Intern January 09, 2020

Staying organized can be a challenge, but our 2020 Calendar templates will definitely help you and your students to stay organized and structured.
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When is the Best Time to Introduce an AAC Solution? Now!

When is the Best Time to Introduce an AAC Solution? Now!

by The Boardmaker Team December 18, 2019

Nobody is too young to start communicating! AAC can play a pivotal role in supporting a child who struggles to communicate and many ways.
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Planting One Flower with Two Seeds

Planting One Flower with Two Seeds

by The Boardmaker Team December 18, 2019

Both the research and this handful of real-life examples show us that literacy and communication do impact one another.
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Classroom reading

That Book is Too Hard…or Is It?

by Maureen Donnelly M.Ed December 13, 2019

80% of the words we know we learn through incidental exposure. This means that hearing new words is one of the best and fastest ways to grow a vocabulary.
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