Visual Communication Strategies for Nonverbal Students Tuesday, March 26

5:00 PM EDT

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If, as they say, more than 90 percent of communication is nonverbal, why is it such a challenge to teach students with emerging communication skills? To engage your students who are nonverbal, it’s important to have a range of strategies that will ensure they are able to access learning and, in some cases, communicate their basic needs. Join our webinar to develop a toolbox of visual communication resources and strategies that will help make language more concrete and accessible for nonverbal students.

In this webinar you’ll learn:
  • The why and how of visual communication strategies and the power of symbols to support learning and independence
  • How to apply modifications and accommodations such as Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), American Sign Language and adapted materials in your classroom
  • How to develop and use powerful tools like symbol-supported social stories and visual schedules

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(The webinar will be recorded for those who register but can’t attend.)

Webinar on Visual Communication Strategies
About the Presenter
Cara Luce is an intervention specialist in Shaker Heights, Ohio, where she works with students in second through fourth grade in a self-contained classroom. Cara has spent nine years working with students who have specialized learning needs at the elementary, middle school and high school levels. Her training is in the areas of speech and hearing as well as curriculum and instruction. She believes in presuming intellect, supporting advocacy, promoting laughter and creating a supportive community for all.