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AAC Devices and How Every Child with a Disability Can Communicate

AAC Devices and How Every Child with a Disability Can Communicate

Published: Jan. 23, 2024Updated: Jan. 23, 2024

Rachel Madel, M.A., CCC-SLP, reminds us all that we need to encourage our kids with a disability, and that it's important to remember that all children with a disability can communicate in some way. Whether it's with an AAC device or another method, our children can be provided a way to communicate with us. Speech and language challenges can be addressed in an IEP!

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