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Augmentative and Alternative Communication for Inclusion

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The Inclusive Class Podcast

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Listen to this espisode of The Inclusive Class Podcast to learn more about Augmentative and Alternative Communication that students can use in the classroom.

Michael McSheehan, who is the project director with the Institute on Disablitily at the University of New Hampshire and an Assistant Professor, will talk with Nicole and Terri about ways students with special needs can learn alongside their peers.

He will discuss how AAC can be used to support students with special need and explain why is not being used in so many schools. In addition, Michael will have suggestions for ways in which families can get involved in making sure their child has a voice.

For more information, go to www.theinclusiveclass.com.

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