J. E. (2008). Partner
Augmented Input - Instructional Video. DynaVox Implementation Toolkit.
Research supports the benefit for use of this technique for language learning. Learn what Partner Augmented Input is and how to use it in daily environments with AAC Users in this 20-minute video.
Senner, J.E. (2013). TheABC's of AAC:An Introduction to Augmentative and Alternative Communication for Families and Professionals. United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Chicago's Infintec Video Classroom.
Senner,J.E. (2013). PartnerAugmented Input(PAI). United Cerebral Palsy of Greater Chicago's Infintec Video Classroom.
& Language Center Handouts
Partner Augmented Input - this handout describes an evidence-based modeling technique that can be used at home and in the classroom. For additional PAI resources, Follow the Partner Augmented Input board on Pinterest.
Use the S’MoRRES (slow rate, model, repeat, respect and reflect, expand, stop) mnemonic and hang this handy poster in the classroom to help you remember the steps to successful modeling in the classroom.
Vocabulary Selection - Need help figuring out what words need to be added to your child's speech generating device (SGD)? Download this guide to help you organize the customization process.
This SGD Features Checklist has been designed to help teams with the assessment process.
Tool for Analysis of Langauge and Communication (TALC): Language Sampling Tool for Multimodal Communicators- This language sampling form has been designed for collecting data on expressive language use in individuals using AAC.
Click to download the handouts from the following presentations:
ABCs of AAC
Creative Solutions to Overcoming Communication Barriers
ASHA 2013 - Impact of School Staff Instruction
Click to see a list of add-on social pages available for download.
Link to Matthew R. Baud's Assitive Technology page at Niles Township District for Special Education
Visit our NEW Teachers Pay Teachers store!
Partner Augmented Input in the Classroom Facebook group - This group is for speech-language pathologists (SLPs), educators, and assistive technology (AT) specialists who are bringing modeling to their classrooms by providing staff instruction in partner-augmented input. The goal of the group is to provide a forum for sharing resources and successes as well as to provide support for school teams who are facing implementation challenges when serving students using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).
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