[NOBE-L] Questions about working with nonverbal children or children on the autism spectrum
alpineimagination at gmail.com
Sat May 15 20:51:13 UTC 2021
I am interested in this question as well. I am not an educator, but a graduate student. I am not sure if you will be teaching in-person or virtually next year (I know of at least one school where instruction will remain virtual for the time being).
However, this summer I will be planning a Zoom event with a small group of people, one of whom is nonverbal and types to communicate. He is able to use the chat feature to say what he wants to say. I believe that one of his AAC devices also reads some of his words out and he can use it to pre-prepare content.
I hope this helps and I look forward to what others have to say.
> On May 12, 2021, at 09:11, Jackie Larrauri via NOBE-L <nobe-l at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am writing to you ask if anyone has experience working with students who are nonverbal or students who have a diagnosis, or a suspected diagnosis of autism. I was hoping to get some strategies from all of you on whether you have worked with this population of students and if so, what you have done to be successful as I know this population usually require a lot of visuals.
> Thank you in advance for any advice you can offer,
> Best regards,
> Sent from my iPhone
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