STEP-ASIDE: NEURODIVERSITY-FRIENDLY SPACES INCLUDE MOTOR!

STEP-ASIDE: NEURODIVERSITY-FRIENDLY SPACES INCLUDE MOTOR! I-ASC relies on its Nonspeaking Leadership Council, and other nonspeaking/minimally/unreliably speaking (together, the “Nonspeaking” and “Nonspeakers”) neurodivergent advocates to guide its mission and advocacy.  In our first blog in the “Step Aside” series, we explored ways to demonstrate that neurodivergent wellbeing is individualized and valid.  In this and future blogs […]

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Top Tips for Feeding the Brain

Top Tips for Feeding the Brain If you’ve been around the world of S2C long enough, you’ve likely heard an S2C Practitioner throw around the expression “FEED THE BRAIN!” But what exactly is feeding the brain? In short, feeding the brain means providing your student with age-appropriate engaging input!  Within the world of S2C, we […]

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Spring into Action at Spring into Spelling

Spring into Action at Spring into Spelling I-ASC works with nonspeaking people with various motor-sensory issues that affect the ability to use speech as a primary and effective means of communication. There are an estimated 2.3 million nonspeaking individuals in the US and 26 million nonspeaking people worldwide. Nonspeaking people have been marginalized, labeled “low-functioning” […]

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Pressure & Managing Expectations – I-ASC The Experts

Pressure & Managing Expectations – I-ASC The Experts March 2022 – What’s the difference between support or encouragement and pressure? We have launched a new monthly blog feature called, “I-ASC(I Ask) the Experts”. Our goal is to turn over some of the most frequently asked questions or issues to the true subject matter experts – the […]

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