AAC in Story Reenactment webinar
Date: December 10, 2014
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|Karen Foreman, MS., C.C.C. SLP,||Internet||50||1|
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Story reenactment can facilitate comprehension, increase verbal interaction and language in context for all students. Nonverbal or minimally verbal students are frequently not able to participate in these classroom activities. It is a fun way to practice language and social interaction in a group activity. This webinar will give goals for using story reenactment and examples of adapting it for the nonverbal or minimally verbal population.
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Karen is a Speech Language Pathologist and an Augmentative Communication Specialist for the Special Education Technology Center. She also works as a Speech Language Pathologist at Pioneer School District. Karen has a diverse background as a Speech Language Pathologist and has worked in hospitals, clinics, home health, skilled nursing facilities, public schools, and private practice. She has worked in the field of augmentative communication since 1984. She has a Masters Degree in Speech Language Pathology and has worked in Olympia, Shelton, San Diego, and Rochester England.