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by Gloria Soto Ph.D.,Carole Zangari "Ph.D. CCC-SLP",David Beukelman Ph.D.,Dr. Joe Reichle Ph.D.
He is an internationally recognized expert in the areas of augmentative communication and communication intervention for persons with significant developmental disabilities and has written over 100 articles and chapters.
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Dr. Zangari’s primary areas of interest are augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) for children and adults with developmental disabilities, and the use of online instruction and social media for pre-service SLPs and practicing professionals. She teaches AAC courses at the Master’s and Doctoral levels, coordinates the AAC Lab, and provides clinical supervision to graduate student clinicians.
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Authors: David R. Beukelman P. BCBA-D Invited Contributors: Laura Ball P. planning an inclusive education for students with complex communication needs. CCC-SLP, Kathryn L. Garrett P. CCC-SLP, Elizabeth Hanson P. CCC-SLP, Joanne P. Lasker P. CCC-SLP, Janice C. Light P. David B. McNaughton P. ISBN: 978-1-59857-196-7.
She blogs at ww. rAACticalAAC. Dr. Zangari is an associate professor of SLP at Nova Southeastern University where she teaches master’s and doctoral courses in AAC, coordinates the AAC Lab, and provides clinical supervision to graduate student clinicians. She is a frequent presenter on AAC topics at international and national conferences.
When K-12 students use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), what can SLPs and educators do to ensure the best academic and social outcomes? They'll find out in this accessible guidebook—every professional's key to helping students develop the language and literacy skills that lead to higher academic achievement and positive peer relationships.
A must-have guide for educators and SLPs who provide communication support, this book answers pressing questions about working with students who use AAC and helps teachers skillfully meet student needs while satisfying the demands of their curriculum. Pre-service and in-service educators and the SLPs who work with them will learn tocollaborate effectively to improve outcomes for students who use AACdetermine student needs through effective, ongoing reading, writing, and language assessmentsdevelop IEPs based on each child's language, communication, and literacy goalshelp students move beyond emergent literacy and develop the skills research identifies as the keys to reading successmeet IDEA requirements by adapting the general curriculum so all students participate and achievesupport students' successful use of various AAC technologies, such as communication boards, word prediction software, and speech generating devices supplement classroom instruction with visual and oral scaffolding supports for students with AAC needspromote positive social relationships and friendships between students who use AAC and their peers
To provide students who use AAC with the best support, readers will get clear descriptions of instructional techniques, guidelines for curriculum adaptations, and practical tools and visual aids such as model intervention plans, task analysis forms, and charts of sample accommodations.
Balancing practical strategies with up-to-date research, this book unlocks language and literacy skills for children who use AAC and lays the groundwork for long-term school and social success.
Practically Speaking is part of the Augmentative and Alternative Communication Series.
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