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Becoming a Communication Partner

Child using AAC

Becoming a Communication Partner

From Ace Centre Learning


  • Introductory level
  • 21 places remaining
  • Runs on: 11/01/2022
  • Take this course online

Reflect on your personal interaction style and develop communication partner skills to support AAC users. You will have access to online activities to work through independently.

Course aim:

To raise your awareness of the fundamental skills required when interacting with a person who uses AAC

You will learn:

To describe typical characteristics of AAC interactions
To identify 4 things that you can do to support an interaction with an AAC user
To use point talking with a communication chart to interact with an AAC user

Course includes:

Free access to online learning activities.

Suitable for:

Anyone working with people who use AAC. This course will enable you to work towards the following:

IPAACKS competencies:

AAC Leadership
Aware of how to communicate with people who use AAC
Act as a positive role model for others in their interaction with people who use AAC
Facilitating AAC Learning
Able to model positive interaction in relation to communicating with someone who uses AAC

Special requirements:

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Cost: FREE

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Course type


Exploring Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) that supports face-to-face communication.

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