Articulation Videos

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 the sound intentionally. The kids I work with have responded well to them, so I thought I’d share my YouTube page here for you all to use. I hope you find it helpful. More to come!

Setting up TTY and RTT On Your iPhone

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

Proloquo2go: How to use Search and Add from Search

Here’s a quick how to about using search and adding items from search. Click the link to the YouTube page for written instructions. And if you can, subscribe to the channel. We get paid for these once we hit 1000 subscribers.

And let us know what other videos  you’d like to see with regards to AAC.

 

Craft of the Week: Jack-o-Lantern

Jack-o-Lantern

Summary:

This video is a step-by-step guide to creating a ghost from construction paper.  Verbal cues/instructions are included. 

Materials

Jack O Lantern Craft Printout (PDF)

  • Glue stick
  • Orange oval
  • Green rectangle
  • 2 big black triangles
  • 1 small black triangle
  • 1 black semi-circle

Video

Note: This video may not work for every child. It should be modified to meet the individual’s needs.

Craft of the Week: Spider Web

Spider

Summary:

This video is a step-by-step guide to creating a spider from construction paper.  Verbal cues/instructions are included. 

Materials

Spider Craft Printout (PDF)

  • Glue stick
  • ½ piece of black construction paper with web drawn on
  • 8 purple legs:
    • 2 sets of 4 legs glued together
  • 1 big purple circle
  • 1 small purple circle
  • Green dab marker

Video

Note: This video may not work for every child. It should be modified to meet the individual’s needs.

 

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