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I Have More to Say

“I have more to say.” This phrase begins all communication when using the Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) system PODD. It alerts anyone near the AAC user that he or she has a message to get out. 3,028 more words

Angelman Syndrome

Día de Gracia

Thanksgiving at my house is awesome (fantástico) because everyone is happy. My cousins smile and play games. Meanwhile the grown ups hang out and talk and laugh. 30 more words



Have you ever been in a room where old men in

threadbare suits  sing their threadbare hearts out?

Sweat coursing  they come up beside you   Sweat now… 191 more words


He is So Much More

Wow – today’s post on Speak for Yourself’s blog hits me right in the heart. So many people *don’t* see these small gains in communication skills because they are too busy collecting data or focusing on something else. 433 more words

Essential Star Wars Toys for Inclusive Teachers

Use the Force

Seeing as my most popular post is Star Wars quotes I thought why not tap into the force and write a post on Using star wars toys, games and lightsabers in the classroom. 291 more words


UConn Remains Unbeaten At home, Beats Coppin State 72-59

STORRS, Conn. (AP) — Jalen Adams scored 15 points and Terry Larrier added 14 as UConn held off winless Coppin State 72-59 on Saturday.

Christian Vital chipped in with 13 points for the Huskies (7-3), who head into a two-week break for final exams. 327 more words


Methods of Communication - My Research Paper

“To what extent is it possible to compare the ways in which methods of communication are being taught to autistic students who cannot use spoken language to communicate their complex ideas?” 5,721 more words