- Are you looking for something to make your AAC life easier?
- Are you using Core Words and need a system to support growth and build literacy skills?
- Do you want something that will engage and interest your person who needs AAC?
- Do you wish there was a way you could help others better understand and use AAC in all settings?
In this workshop learn how to make AAC a SNAP for you, the communicator and all those that support them. Indi with SNAP + Core First is built for communication success: growth, engagement, and literacy. BEST OF ALL IT IS EASY TO USE AND PERSONALIZE
; family members, support staff, teachers and SLPs can make changes, add pages and even find vocabulary in minutes. It comes with Core Words that continuously builds vocabulary and skills by introducing new vocabulary systematically and purposefully. SNAP + Core First has topic pages that make real-time conversations possible! Start at the level that works best for the communicator. Wait there’s more; you will also get implementation ideas, videos of how to’s, goals and lesson plans to support those goals that can be accessed anywhere anytime.
Certificates of Attendance will be available to use as continuing education documentation for clinical maintenance hours.
All participants are encouraged to bring an Ipad, windows 10 tablet (download the free SNAP + Core First App and the Pathways for Core First App) or bring a Tobii Dynavox Indi to get hands on experience.
For questions, please email Dannel Friel at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Date & Time:
Thursday, August 17, 2017 10:00 AM -
711 County Rd 10 NE,
Free of Charge
Dannel Friel, Northeastern MN Sales Consultant at Tobii Dynavox. She started providing assistive technology support in 1988 at Gillette Children's Hospital and joined Tobii Dynavox in 1997. Dannel's passion is assisting with all things related to AAC including assessment, the funding process, implementation, training and in-services for those supporting children and adults with severe speech and language disabilities.