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Technology and Therapy: The Use of AAC Devices in Applied Behavior Analysis

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The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) states, “AAC includes all of the ways we share our ideas and feelings without talking.” An example of AAC is American Sign Language (ASL), which deaf or hard-of-hearing people use to communicate. Other examples include digital devices that help convey the thoughts and feelings of nonverbal individuals, as well as facial expressions and text messages… Read More about Technology and Therapy: The Use of AAC Devices in Applied Behavior Analysis