“Presume Competence” has become a mantra of many excellent parents and professionals who are implementing augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) for individuals with complex communication needs (CCN). I’ve also experienced some misunderstandings in person and in online groups suggesting that … Continue reading →
Most evidenced based articles include multicomponent interventions to promote peer socialization but some studies still focus on single-component interventions. A multicomponent intervention, which considers the individual child, the communication partner and where the communication exchange occurs, is more likely to have success than a single component intervention. In today’s blog, we highlight two articles that show success in interventions supporting development of social relationships and friendships for children who use aided AAC.
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