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AAC Courses 2014

The TalkLink Trust has continued to run a number of courses designed to assist people who use or support the use of ACC tools and strategies during 2013. Feedback from these courses has been very positive and we will continue to run a number of AAC related courses during 2014. We will run these courses throughout New Zealand and we welcome contact from people who would be interested in helping to organise a course in their region.

For a list of current course’s and to register please click the Courses Tab or click here.

The courses include:

Creating Communication Opportunties Throughout the School Day

Supporting Students to Communicate Successfully (CAMP)

Supporting Adults to Communicate Successfully (CAMP)

Learn to use Boardmaker Software

To learn more about CAMP visit http://www.camp-training.com/index.html  This website has been created by Julie Tan, who developed the CAMP acronym whilst working for the TalkLink Trust.

In addition Dr Sally Clendon will be running two further literacy related courses in 2013. The Balanced Literacy Approach: Positive Communication and Literacy Outcomes for All Children workshop will describe the rationale and principles underlying the balanced literacy approach and how it can be applied to children with complex communication and learning needs.  Sally is a speech-language therapist and a consultant in the area of literacy for children with significant disabilities particularly those with complex communication needs. She is a Research Affiliate of the Centre for Literacy and Disability Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, USA.

Further information including a course timetable and registration information will be added to the website throughout 2013

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