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Some students may have speech or communication disabilities that will need to be considered when developing digital educational resources, as well as providing online learning environments. Students who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices may require some additional considerations with accessing online learning environments and educational resources. These resources focus on access based on communication and language, such as social stories and supporting students in using AAC devices.
|Resources for Students using AAC While eLearning||Explore this collection of resources for remote learning, including back-up and low-tech AAC boards, core word and language learning opportunities, Tele-AAC best practices, and more.|
|My Coronavirus Social Story||Help students with disabilities understand what the Coronavirus is using this social story.|
|Let the Games Begin: AAC Games the Whole Family Can Play||Looking for fun games for the whole family? Check out these games that can be played with other AAC users over social media.|