This post written by our NSW consultant explores her journey of knowing when to apply the LAMP 1-Hit vs LAMP Sequenced vocabulary files.Read more
Dale Gonelli wants to support people in the community to better understand disability, and better understand how to connect with people who communicate in different ways.
I’m about a month into being an Open Foundation student at the University of Newcastle as an AAC user. This semester, I’m studying online but I am hoping to go face on face next semester.
Siobhan shares and (shows!) how she uses Alexa in her daily routines and discusses other uses for Alexa for folks using AAC.Read more
Parents and caregivers play a crucial role in supporting communication development, as much for a child who uses AAC as one who does not. In LAMP intervention, it can be challenging to balance everything, and many find themselves in the same situation… “My child uses his device really well in speech therapy, but doesn’t use it at home!”.Read more
During the current lockdowns across Australia, we are moving back to delivering speech pathology services via telehealth. Here are our top tips for telehealth and some fantastic resources from telehealth specialists across the worldRead more
This post is written by Siobhan Daley, one of our AAC ambassadors. She explains some helpful and unhelpful ways that people communicate with her, an AAC user.Read more
Supporting AAC users can be tricky with the vast array of AAC systems that are available. This post explores an efficient method of how you can quickly get up to speed on all the systems you support.Read more
Education staff play an important role in teaching language and encouraging communication. For students, a school day is ripe with opportunities for learning language, new concepts, social skills and a chance to further develop their individuality.Read more