Dynamic Therapy Associates, Inc. is a family-focused speech language pathology practice. We provide articulation, language, oral-motor/feeding, and AAC services to our patients.
In a world where technology continually reshapes how we learn and teach,I'm always looking for new and simple tools to improve my work as a speech therapist. Here, I'm excited to delve into how Artificial Intelligence (AI) is not just a buzzword but a transformative force in education. Whether you're an educator, student, or simply intrigued by the future of learning, this is your invitation to explore with me.
Just for teachers, today we are exploring how you can use a few of our favorite light, medium, and high-tech tools can support an inclusive and communicative environment.We like to design a classroom to be one BIG communication system. Picture symbols, photos and displays are placed in opportune locations for "just in time" communication. Staff aren't diving for communication boards and missing that last second opportunity for the student to communicate when the tools are RIGHT THERE! In subsequent articles, we will be taking a look at tools you can use to fill your classroom to create an environment rich with communication supports. Keep reading for some ideas to get you started!
It’s crucial for both special education teachers and families to develop a habit of using the child’s AAC device to model natural communication in their daily routines.
here’s a helpful strategy for parents and teachers: tAbout the CAR (Comment, Ask, Respond) method during shared reading. In this blog post, we’ll explore how you can use this strategy to enhance your child’s expressive communication.
we will explore why limiting the grid size in AAC devices can be counterproductive and how a larger grid size can actually benefit users in various ways.