AAC Training

These sessions offer more complete topic coverage in a full day or a series of 3 to 5 days of training. Descriptions, objectives, and timelines are available upon request. The multi-day sessions are offered to teach skills while actively integrating technology into the classroom. Most are non-consecutive dates, requiring that the same participants attend every session and have assignments in-between sessions. Initiating, completing and receiving feedback on projects is a participant's responsibility in these series. For some of the sessions, a hands-on component can be included. Each series can be customized to disability and age level. Data collection can be emphasized if not already included.

AAC One Day Workshops:

  1. AC and ABCs: Using Alphabet Books to Promote Literacy & Language Learning
  2. Lessons Learned Integrating AAC into the Classroom
  3. Strategies for Implementing AAC Systems into Work, School & Social Lives of those with Complex Communication Needs
  4. We All Have Something To Say: Communication for Students with Significant Disabilities
  5. PODD Overview: Pragmatic Organization of Dynamic Displays
  6. PODD Follow Up Workshop: Putting PODD into Practice
  7. PODD Follow Up Workshop: Alternative Access for Students with Physical & Communication Impairments

AAC Multi-Date Series:

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If you are interested in reading the full workshop listing, please download my Workshop Listing PDF File.

Contact Info.

Kelly Fonner
1597 Miller Road, Lake Geneva, WI, 53147

Tel: 262-613-3412