Using Games to Make Learning with AAC More Fun!
Indeed, the initial phases of AAC usage (or any new skill for that matter) can be a bit challenging. In such situations, we have found that many parents and caregivers have used games with great success. Games have been used to pique children’s interest in learning to use AAC. Many caregivers have also found that games aid language development in a much more efficient way.
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