The IEP is a powerful tool for ensuring that AAC learners get the tools and support that they need to be successful in school. Today, we return to the Oklahoma ABLE Tech Project, to hear more from SLP Allyson Robinson. In this video, she explains how and where to document AT in the IEP.
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Lauren S. Enders, MA, CCC-SLP's insight:
Some ideas for IEP Goals for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) users can be found within this IEP Goal Bank posted on my wonderful colleague Pat Mervine's site speakingofspeech.com
Remember to use these as a start and make sure each of your goals has all of the required components to be measurable. Each goal should include: From a baseline of ___, the student will.... perform a specific skill a specified number of times under specified conditions at a specified level of achievement for a specific length of time.
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