The Birth of Unrestricted Interest

The Birth of Unrestricted Interest Interview of Brian Laidlaw by Caden Rainey and Joel Nyland February 17, 2022 conducted via Zoom “WE HOPE YOU ENJOY OUR BLOG.  WE SPENT HOURS EDITING OUR INTERVIEW WITH BRIAN LAIDLAW.  WE LEARNED A LOT.  WE CREATED THE QUESTIONS AHEAD OF OUR INTERVIEW.  WE DID ALL OUR COLLABORATIONS ON ZOOM.  […]

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Eric Garcia’s Love Letter to Autistic People

Eric Garcia’s Love Letter to Autistic People I-ASC is thrilled to announce that Eric Garcia will be a keynote speaker at this year’s Motormorphosis! Motormorphosis is the flagship conference on spelling and typing as communication. At this conference, we will present the latest information in communication, motor, research, and advocacy. Presenters will include spellers, families, […]

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Infinite Possibilities

Infinite Possibilities “Many don’t realize that Possibility actually precedes Opportunity. When the mind opens itself up to the thought of possibilities this in itself subtly suggest the existence of alternative paths. Out of this are born opportunities. Opportunities, that let you delve in and explore. And this is the just the beginning of my journey” […]

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On ableism and my lived experience

On ableism and my lived experience Greetings. My name is Sabrina Roe Guerra. I am autistic, nonspeaking, sassy, and tired of people thinking it’s their right to define me. Two years ago when the world stopped, my life ironically and fortuitously began. Assumed limitations yield widespread trauma. Strong prejudices and ignorance hold disabled students back. […]

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The Speech Mechanism Part 1: Lower Respiratory System

The Speech Mechanism: A 4-part Series Part 1: Lower Respiratory System By Bryana Williams M.S. CCC-SLP When it comes to communication, the vast majority of people turn to speech-it’s highly versatile, typically efficient, and allows us to layer multiple components like tone, intonation, and vocabulary choice to communicate a clear message. In fact, it’s such […]

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A Conversation on Letterboard Etiquette

A Conversation on Letterboard Etiquette I was working with Zach Scheu on the writing prompt and it turned into a conversation between him and Nico. Nico was in the room but working with a different CRP and ended up commenting on what Zach said. The whole conversation happened very organically so I just went with […]

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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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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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Talking Thoughts Moving Finger

Talking Thoughts Moving Finger Insights from a Conversation with Tarun Paul Mathew After a wonderful visit to France, the next stop on my Spellebrity Zoom tour landed me in Bangalore, India with my new friend, Tarun Paul Mathew.  I felt that I knew Tarun Paul from watching (on repeat) his SpellX presentation, A Peep Into My […]

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Daily Decisions Taken for Granted

Daily Decisions Taken for Granted Nonspeaking advocate Niko Boskovic thoughtfully reflects on his own experiences, in this blog based on a frequently asked question… Q: What are the most helpful things people do that make your life more comfortable? Niko: I live a very strange life in which people around me make a lot of […]

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