It’s easier than you think to make a stylus that is personalized for your client. You’ll need the following: A sponge (Amazon Link) Conductive tape or wire (Amazon Link) Electrical Tape Duct Tape Something to use as a stylus (I use old pointers, rulers, markers, etc.) Check out the video below on how to doContinue reading “How to Make a Stylus”
Engaging kids via teletherapy isn’t always easy. This is an activity I’ve been using with some of my kiddos. I use this for inferencing, animal sounds, and expressive language goals. They LOVE the dinosaur at the end. Remember, add pauses (longer than even the ones I use in the video) to allow the kiddo toContinue reading “Using Backgrounds on ZOOM for Old McDonald”
When we make mistakes it lets the user know it’s okay to make mistakes, and if we repair these goofs then we are demonstrating to them how to make repairs.
A quick video detailing two way to make a user in Proloquo2go bilingual.
So, I’ve been using articulation videos for a long time with my kiddos. I’ve recently started telling people that I’m posting them. These videos are short, with audio descriptions at the beginning of each, followed by a few minutes of just me producing the sound. I made them overly simple on purpose, and exaggerated theContinue reading “Articulation Videos”
I recently had to help a client set up the real time text (RTT) and teletype (TTY) feature on their iPhone and wanted to make a quick video for you guys on how to do the same. Check out the Apple Support Page for more info! https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT208254