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Feb 28

Create an Implementation Manual for the Teams and Family

Create an Implementation Notebook for the Team or for the family: AAC Parent Guidelines High Tech AAC Handbook Planning Sheet for Activities Scope and Sequence for Teaching AAC Vocab Core Word Planners, send these home, focus on 1-4 words a week Include Copy of the Device Manual

Feb 09

Summer Training Opportunity

You’re Invited

Feb 06

Chrome Accessibility

Mason_T_iOS & Chrome Accessibility_2

Jan 30

SWAAAC Summer Symposium

Save the Date! Save the date for the 2017 SWAAAC Summer Symposium, taking place at the Adams 12 Conference Center in Thornton, Colorado on Monday, June 12th and Tuesday, June 13th. This two-day conference will feature internationally renowned presenters, local assistive technology experts, and knowledgeable AT vendors. Stay tuned for featured presenters, the SWAAAC Summer Symposium …

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Apr 11

SWAAAC- Our statewide organization!

Please see resources and Assistive Technology/Augmentative Alternative Communication Updates for Colorado, visit SWAAAC! SWAAAC SWAAACBrochure11-12 2 Do you want to learn more about our statewide loan bank offerings of Assistive Technology and Augmentative Alternative Communication devices and low-tech communication supports? Check out Alexandria, our loan bank researching resource! Alexandria 

Feb 26

Updated Chrome Accessibility and Extensions Guide

Please see updated Chrome Accessibility and Extensions Guide! ChromeAccessibilityHowToGuide

Feb 05

Chrome and iOS Accessibility for Reading and Writing

Chrome & iOS Accessibility for Reading and Writing  How to Guide, By Tara Mason, Ph.D. Chrome Overview Chrome is a web browser that can be used on any laptop, Chromebook or iOS device. If you do not have Chrome, download it here: Computer download: http://bit.ly/1tMrggU iOS download:   http://apple.co/1RU3vmY Important to remember when using Chrome: …

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Feb 02

CAST posts resource for parents

Fifteen nonprofits, including CAST, worked together to create Understood.org, a web-based resource bank that gives parents everywhere access to world-class resources on learning and attention issues. Check out the article here: CAST Post for Parents Understood.org

Jan 25

Chrome Accessibility Help Guide

Please see Chrome Accessibility Help Guide for suggestions related to reading, writing, accessibility features, and more.       Chrome Accessibility Help Guide

Oct 17

Help Guide for using Newsela as differentiated informational reading + Google Docs for writing

NEWSELA + Docs = Differentiated, Collaborative Reading – from Beth Holland Have you checked out Newsela recently? This website has broadened its’ resource immensely and has so added features, such as text sets for leveled informational reading for students, K-12. See features and lesson ideas on the Newsela blog: Newsela Blog Newsela iOS App