AAC is primarily for communication. But it’s important that we focus on developing literacy skills of the communicators too. Once communicators get familiar with their AAC systems, they need to learn how to build vocabulary, utter grammatically correct sentences, and use language for various communicative purposes.
Children learn better when it’s more fun. We’ve put language builder bundles with Vocab storybooks so that you can help communicators acquire language and literacy skills while reading playing. Click on the icons below to download the bundles.
Communicative Functions: Commenting
Communicative Functions: Answering Questions