Part 4: Determining Access Method
Before we can use an AAC device we may need to determine the access method that is most suitable for the end user. If you are not familiar with some of the access methods available you can use this link to view alternative access methods for AAC devices.
There is a document below to download to help determine access methods and the process for deciding on an access method can be as follows:
1. Do the screening activities (no communication device required).
Pick the ones that are appropriate based on the individual’s abilities and age. “Play” activities allow you to observe
skills in activities that will be fun and engaging. “Direct” activities are more straight-forward. They are best used for
adults or older children.
3. Select the access method that provides the individual the most accurate and efficient access to his/her
TD Pilot - Accessories Part numbers
TD Pilot - Accessories Part numbers TD Pilot AC Adapter (Power Supply) Mascot 3320 13000412 Battery pack TDBW1 13000162 The battery may only be replaced by the user with a TDBW1 battery pack sold by Tobii Dynavox. There is a risk of explosion ...
Part 3: AAC Needs Assessment Guide
This needs assessment form can be completed as part of an initial AAC evaluation or as part of on-going assessment after AAC strategies and tools have been implemented. Note: The needs assessment is most effective when completed by multiple members ...
Part 2: Communication Success Screening
Download this useful Screening Tool to help evaluate if your client is a good candidate for AAC
Part 5: Observing the Communication Environment
Another exercise to undertake before deciding to pursue AAC would be to complete the attached document, which is to Observe the End Users Communication Environment This exercise can be observed in a variety of different settings to get an overall ...
Computer Control User Manual
Computer Control User Manual Part 1 +2