P R C Logo
Saltillo Logo
Realize Language Logo
Explore A A C Logo
A A C Language Lab Logo
A A C And Autism Logo
ALP for A A C Logo
Touch Chat App Logo
LAMP Words for Life Logo
A A C Funding
AAC Teletips
Login Create New Account

PRC-Saltillo response to COVID-19: prc-saltillo.com/covid-19


We have updated our privacy policy   

Donated NOVA Chat Device Helps Young Girl Connect with the World

Posted on 2017-03-03 10:12:01 by Admin under News

TELL ME: AAC for the Preschool Classroom- Guest Presenter, Dr. Carole Zangari

Posted on 2017-03-02 12:25:44 by Admin under News

We are very excited to announce that Dr. Carole Zangari will be a guest presenter for the upcoming webinar, "TELL ME: AAC for the Preschool Classroom".

This webinar provides an overview of a prekindergarten program designed to empower teachers, paraprofessionals, therapists, and families to support the use core vocabulary in AAC systems. Participants will learn about the key elements of the TELL ME program (Zangari & Wise, 2017) and see how core language is addressed in shared reading and writing lessons, classroom routines, and typical play/learning activities. Program materials for building family involvement will also be discussed. 

The webinar will occur live online April 7 from 12-1pm ET.  You can sign up here.

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. Dr. Zangari co-edited Practically Speaking Language, Literacy, and Academic Development for Students with AAC Needs with Gloria Soto and co-authored TELL ME: AAC in the Preschool Classroom with Lori Wise. She blogs at www.PrAACticalAAC.org.

A Year of Core- March Core Words

Posted on 2017-03-01 13:32:48 by Admin under Resources & Tips

As we move into the month of March, MAKE sure to download your new set of core words from the "Year of Core". We have some GOOD ones on THERE! You can find the monthly resources here.