Stepping into AAC: AAC in Action photo and video contributions!!  PLEASE READ!!
We are thrilled and so grateful you are willing to share videos and/or photos of your AAC journey to support others on their journey.  Please complete the form below to help us manage and organize incoming content.  At the end of this form you will use the link provided to upload your video or photo to Dropbox. You do not need to sign in or have a Dropbox account to upload your video or photo.  You should be able to upload from the camera roll of your mobile device. Videos should be 3 minutes or less in length.
We hope to showcase authentic multi-modal communication and responsive communication partners.  We welcome videos that are imperfect, and real-life that capture all the ways these elements contribute to meaningful, fun, and often enlightening engagement.  

Please note that content will not be represented with a negative connotation.  For instance, "Do this, Not this" scenarios are not a form of representation that will be used in this project.  

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Consider the following tips to get the best possible quality video with your device.  You can download this PDF at
Your First Name, Last Name
The AAC Learner's First Name, Last Name
Preferred email contact(s)
Preferred phone number contact(s)
We value the practice of consent to teach autonomy, at all ages.  If you are the parent / legal guardian, please discuss with your AAC learner that videos or photos of them will be shared so others can learn.  Give them the opportunity to give their consent.
This project will be hosted on PrAACtical AAC and Angelman Syndrome Foundation websites, as well as on their YouTube channels, and social media platforms.  I give consent for this video or photo to be shared in those ways. I understand that not all submissions may be accepted for inclusion.  Videos may be used in their entirety or clips may be extracted.  The project directors will make final decisions on how videos and photos will be used within the project materials.   *
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