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Low tech Super Core Learning grids

We've created low tech versions of our Super Core Learning grids, which you can print out to make it even easier for the AAC learner to have access to symbol communication at all times.

Low tech Super Core Learning grids

Getting to know Super Core

Join our experts for an in-depth introduction to Super Core, a core vocabulary that makes it easier for learners to get started with symbol AAC. 

Getting to know Super Core

Finding words in Grid

Did you know that you can search for words in our Grid software? The new and improved Find word feature will show you how to find any word in your grid set.

Finding words in Grid

Get started with Super Core

Super Core resources to get you started Check out our selection of Super Core resources – all designed to help you get the most out of using Super Core, and experience success with AAC.…

Get started with Super Core

Super Core Learning Grids

The Super Core Learning Grids are designed for users who are at the early stages of exploring language and communication, and may still be learning and practicing their access method. Explore…

Super Core Learning Grids

Text Talker tutorial

Text Talker video tutorial Text Talker is designed for literate users, and includes a number of innovative features to make generating messages as fast and efficient as possible. This quick video…

Text Talker tutorial

Simple AAC: 9. Comment

Simple AAC – 9. Comment When a child first starts to speak, you often hear adults asking questions like “what’s that?” and “what’s this?”. Why do they ask these questions when…

Simple AAC: 9. Comment

Simple AAC: 8. Add Words

Simple AAC – 8. Add Words Once an AAC learner begins to use single words, you can start to support their language by showing them how to ADD WORDS to what they have said. For example, if…

Simple AAC: 8. Add Words

Simple AAC: 7. Always Available

Simple AAC – 7. Always Available AAC should ALWAYS be AVAILABLE. If an AAC learner does not have access to AAC, then how will they ever learn to use it? Or if they only have access to AAC…

Simple AAC: 7. Always Available

Simple AAC: 6. Explore

Simple AAC – 6. Explore I often hear concerns from teachers and parents about allowing AAC learners to “play” with their device, if they seem to be selecting cells at random. This is…

Simple AAC: 6. Explore

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