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Rebecca Eisenberg

Rebecca Eisenberg, MS CCC-SLP, is a certified speech-language pathologist, author, instructor, and parent of two children. She has been working in the field of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) for more than 15 years in a variety of settings and currently works with both children and adults with autism and other varying disabilities who have complex communication needs. She also writes a blog, called Gravity Bread, for parents that focuses on using mealtime as a learning opportunity for language. She is a children’s book author of The Monkey Balloon, and she will be releasing two more children’s books this summer titled My Second Year of Kindergarten and A Tale of The Monkey Balloon. She has also published multiple games and a workbook for children with special needs through Super Duper Publications. She can be reached via email. becca@gravitybread.com and for blog visit gravitybread.com.

Expert Tips for Getting the Most Out Of an AAC Device

Expert Tips for Getting the Most Out Of an AAC Device http://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/expert-tips-using-aac-device/

In my recent article published in Autism Parenting Magazine, Issue 67, I focused on the augmentative and alternative (AAC) communication evaluation process and on answering commonly asked questions. Many people have a misconception that once you receive an AAC communication device, this is the end of your journey. This is just the beginning! Receiving an […]

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What You Need to Know About the Benefits of AAC Evaluations

What You Need to Know About the Benefits of AAC Evaluations https://www.autismparentingmagazine.com/know-about-aac-evaluations-benefits

As a speech-language pathologist for more than 18 years, I have spent most of my career in the field of augmentative and alternative communication. My key interests have always been children and adults who have complex communication needs. This population displays a variety of disabilities, but my past and current caseloads include mostly children with […]

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