Communication Bill of Rights
A speaker at a recent educational conference noted that special needs students who act up are sometimes kept out of classes that teach them how to communicate. This should never happen. Check out this Communication Bill of Rights, published by the National Joint Committee for the Communication Needs of Persons With Severe Disabilities.
Aided Language Simulation Explained
Sometimes it takes a while for students to learn how to use assistive communication technology. Seeing others use the technology is highly important. Check out this YouTube video, Aided Language Simulation Explained, which explains the process and the importance of patience.