AAC Voices Virtual Groups - Week 10
New participants welcome. Register here for May 18-22. Please only click submit once. Confirmation emails go out Saturday evening.
Your Name and relationship to child
If you are a professional or paraprofessional, who wishes to observe, with mic and camera off, please give your name, affiliation and, if applicable the child you work with:
*Shared Reading groups are identical. Pick one only
** Preschool group is ages 3-6
***Young adult group is for teens and twenty somethings
All other groups are school aged
All groups run 40 minutes, Monday-Friday
Groups are designed for AAC users with neurodevelopmental, developmental, or similiar disabilities (such as CP, Rett Syndrome, Angelman Syndrome, BPAN, etc) all participants need to have a “helper” available. The best results come when attendance is consistent and the helper is able to demonstrate language on the child’s AAC system and assist him/her in finding the words they might want to say.
Group Selection (Groups will be removed when full, Morning Meeting, Reading and Writing close at 15-18 members; preschool, Rett Syndrome Chat and Preschool close at 8-10 members.)
10 am EST Morning Meeting
2 pm EST Shared Reading
3 pm EST Preschool/Primary School Stories and Songs
4 pm EST Rett Syndrome Chat
6:20 pm EST Tuesday Only Parent/Helper Q&A with Kate ($5, must be enrolled in a group for child)
7 pm EST Young Adult
Is your child enrolled in Fitchburg Public Schools
Is your family associated with Rett Syndrome Association of Massachusetts?
Are you new to AAC Virtual Voices
Yes, continue form
No, scroll down and submit form
What city, state and country do you live in?
Child age and diagnosis
What is the child’s speech system?
You will be sent the payment options the weekend before class begins. If you have previously used a service like Venmo, Apple Pay, or Zelle you may use the payment information you already have, if not please pay when you receive the email. Classes are about $5 per single class, paid by the week.
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