AAC Informal Assessment
Do you need help evaluating students who use (or may need AAC)? Do you struggle to determine goals, take data, or summarize critical language information about early language learners with significant communication delays?
The SEVEN Google resources and outlines within this product may be just what you need!
The goal of these resources is to make your informal AAC assessment, goal planning, and data collection as seamless as possible. These resources are summaries and combinations of evaluation templates, checklists, funding sources, and spreadsheets. These resources can be adapted to fit the requirements of specific insurance companies. Please contact your AAC company representatives for more information about specifics needed for each funding source. Please note that templates are subject to update by the creator (Super Power Speech) without notice.
All resources are provided in Google Docs and Google Sheets. You must have a Google account to access the products.
Below are the resources included in this product.
AAC & EARLY LANGUAGE INFORMAL ASSESSMENT (Preview of this resource can be downloaded in “Preview”)–
An informal assessment that includes two (or more) observational interactions and a full checklist of communication modalities and skills (to be filled out by the SLP and knowledgeable team member/s).
AAC & EARLY LANGUAGE OBSERVATIONS –
A template for interaction and observation notes regarding receptive and expressive language skills.
AAC & EARLY LANGUAGE TEAM INPUT –
Forms for team members to fill out before meeting regarding the child’s medical, communication, and AAC use.
AAC DATA –
Google sheets to record data and graph results over time.
AAC GOAL DEVELOPER –
This form is a shorter version of the informal assessment. It gives examples of IEP goals based on priorities and baseline levels.
AAC TRIALS & EVALUATION –
This is a full evaluation template including pre-assessment background information, feature matching, review of trials, and final recommendations by the team.
AAC TRIALS & EVALUATION PROCESS –
A step-by-step list of how to complete an AAC evaluation with trials. This list includes links to the forms required at each step.
Questions? Please email me before your purchase.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Hi! I’m Dr. Cheri Dodge Chin. I am a published researcher, adjunct professor, and national presenter with a clinical doctorate in speech-language pathology. I have over 20 years of experience in empowering children, educators, and families. I began my blog, , in 2008 with the hope of engaging other speech pathologists and passing on ideas and resources. The blog is now recognized as one of the first SLP blogs in the world and has been nominated for multiple awards. While browsing, make sure to check out my and with over 50 FREE downloads! Aside from flying around and trying to save the world, you can find me studying for my second doctorate degree (this time in education).
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