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AAC MESSAGING AND VOCABULARY



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Vocabulary Lists

Generic Texting Vocabulary Used by College Students

Generic Message List for AAC Users With ALS

Category Of Vocabulary Used During Breaks In The Employment Setting

Young Children
 

Core Vocabulary List: High Frequency Words
 
Vocabulary for Preschool, and School age
 Vocabulary Young Adults

Unabridged Vocabulary Lists with Use Statistics

Non-Disabled
 
20-30 Year-Old Adult Vocabulary
Core Vocabulary-Older Adults
Preschool Non-Disabled Children Vocabulary
 
 
 
AAC User
 
 
 
First Volume (From I to yours)
Second Volume (From above to zits)
Third Volume (From abouting to reply)
Fourth Volume (From represent to zippers)

Small Talk for Children and Adults

Children
Adults

Context Specific Messages: (Suggested by AAC Specialists)

Conversational Phrases by Context 1
Conversational Phrases by Context 2
Conversational Phrases by Context 3
Conversational Phrases by Context 4

Vocabulary for School Settings

Preschool Activities
 
 
First Volume
Second Volume
Third Volume
Fourth Volume

Classroom Activities

 
 
First Volume
Second Volume

Initial Vocabulary Lists: Recommendations

Various Sources
Makaton Stages 1-5
Makaton Stages 6-9

References for AAC Messaging and Vocabulary



 

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