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Augmentative & Alternative Communication Profile: A Continuum of Learning (AACP)

Tracy M. Kovach

Age range: 2 years to adult

Admin: Individual

Qualification level: A

The AACP was originally developed for use with children who use speech-generating systems; the AAC Profile is appropriate for use with adults who do not have acquired communication disorders and who use AAC systems. The profile is not specific to a disorder, severity, or setting. The test is used to assess communicative competence and design intervention for the ever-changing needs of people who use AAC systems. The AACP measures subjective, functional skills for developing communicative competence using AAC systems; re-evaluates skill level; and monitors progress.

The AAC Profile allows you to:

 - Identify areas of strength and those that need intervention and instruction

 - Determine functional, long-range outcomes and the steps toward achieving them

 - Compare individual performance over time toward desired outcomes

 - Identify ways that AAC support team members can define and coordinate their roles for intervention and instruction programs

 - Identify and provide optimal learning environments

Subtests include:

 - Operational area of learning

 - Linguistic area of learning

 - Social area of learning

 - Strategic area of learning

Complete AACP Kit:

 - Examiner's Manual

 - 15 Profile Forms

NOTE: Price is exclusive of 12% VAT and Delivery Charges

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