Have you tried making interactive PowerPoint presentations using images of your language learners? NWACS Contributor Tina shares how she incorporates her students' pictures into her class interactive PowerPoint presentations.Read More
Being able to communicate a yes/no response is critical to the success of Partner Assisted Scanning (PAS). NWACS Contributor Margaret explains why and shares some ideas on how to elicit yes/no.Read More
The 18th Annual Youth Leadership Forum - applications due June 1, 2018Read More
NWACS President Tanna shares her top 3 tips for engaging those challenging emerging communicators.Read More
May is Better Hearing & Speech Month.
This year's theme is: COMMUNICATION FOR ALLRead More
Have you considered making interactive PowerPoint presentations to use with your language learners? NWACS Contributor Tina shares how she was inspired to start using PowerPoint to support language learning in the students she works with.Read More
Have you heard of Partner Assisted Scanning (PAS)? NWACS Contributor Margaret shares some information about PAS.Read More
Have you been hearing the term Core Vocabulary lately? At all of the recent Assistive Tech conferences I’ve been to and websites I keep up with it’s been somewhat of a buzz word for the last few years! What exactly is Core? Why is it beneficial?Read More
DO-IT Scholars: Preparing high school students with disabilities for college, careers, and leadership. Accepting applications for the upcoming summer.Read More
AAC Spotlight is a series of interviews that we hope inspires, connects, and grows our knowledge and community.
In the Spotlight: Kathy Smith, MSPA, CCC-SLP/L (retired), NWACS Vice PresidentRead More