Communication passports are meant to quickly and effectively communicate “need to know” information for individuals who cannot easily speak for themselves.
This is a video created in French, to provide guidance on creating social stories similar to those created by Carol Grey.
Stephanie Downey Toledo reviews research demonstrating how to most effectively support these students with significant disabilities in their language and literacy development, such as by targeting phonemic awareness.
In this module, Stephanie provides practical activities to use in supporting literacy in SWSD and also reviews how to incorporate AAC devices into literacy intervention.
Stephanie presents the research that has demonstrated that bilingualism, even in students with severe disabilities, has many cognitive as well as socio-emotional benefits.
Stephanie reviews research demonstrating how to most effectively support these students in their language and literacy development, such as by targeting phonemic awareness.
Stephanie gives us some realistic strategies to use in writing interventions, both in the classroom and therapy room.
The Picture Exchange Communication System, or PECS, is an AAC system that aims to focus on the initiation component of communication.
This module discusses how traditional assessment procedures (i.e. standardized test scores) used for determining disability are problematic.
This module discusses the necessary data and information that must be in every evaluation so that the administrator can feel comfortable giving the child an IEP or not.