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  • Molly K. Rearick, EdD

Choice-Making for New AAC Users

In preparing a Communication Support plan for a new client, we have found it challenging to find examples of "everyday choices." As such, here we go! Feel free to borrow and use as helpful ... what else can we add?

For a teenager who lives at home, is new to communication support, currently communicates via facial expression, has a gastrostomy tube, and uses a wheelchair:

  • Whether to eat now or in ten minutes

  • What clothing to wear

  • Between two or more activities, what to do first

  • Which television show to watch

  • Which direction to go on a walk

  • Which park to visit

  • Whether to sit in his wheelchair or elsewhere

  • Whether to use his wheelchair or stander

  • Whether to be inside or outside

  • What type of music to listen to


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