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AAC in the Classroom, Ghana (Playlist)

Here is a playlist of videos that showcases the variety of ways that AAC is used in the classroom in Ghana: How and why we use AAC Why is AAC is important for students with intellectual disabilities and developmental disabilities and autism? These videos show how to...

AAC Market Cards in Ghana (Playlist)

AAC market cards were developed by Cate Crowley and Miriam Baigorri in collaboration with Belinda Bukari in response to a desire from the families that their children be able to participate in a typical activity for Ghanaian children: buying food for the family at the market.

AAC Sellers Market Cards in Ethiopia

Dr. Cate Crowley and several students from Teachers College, Columbia University traveled to Ethiopia to visit the Ethiopian National Association for Intellectual Disabilities (ENAID).

French Version (AAC Market Cards)

This is a video created in French, to demonstrate the use of AAC Market Cards in aiding children from Ghanaian families to participate in typical activities to help out their families.

Visit to Nehemiah Autism Center and Ethiopian lunch

Hi everyone!  Michael and Georgia here! We had a very productive first “official work” day here in Addis Ababa. We visited the Nehemiah Autism Center in the afternoon. Here, we toured the classrooms, met with teachers, and watched their interactions with students. We...

Amharic Version (AAC Market Cards)

This is a video created in Amharic, to demonstrate the use of AAC Market Cards in aiding children from Ghanaian families to participate in typical activities to help out their families.

Swahili Version (AAC Market Cards)

This is a video created in Swahili, to demonstrate the use of AAC Market Cards in aiding children from Ghanaian families to participate in typical activities to help out their families.

Kikuyu Version (AAC Market Cards)

This is a video created in Kikuyu, to demonstrate the use of AAC Market Cards in aiding children from Ghanaian families to participate in typical activities to help out their families.