School Article 28 - InterAACt for Context-Dependent Students


Context-dependent students can be described as those who show an understanding of simple and clear symbols and are beginning to understand more abstract symbols. They understand general conversations and directions. Context-dependent students are also able to communicate effectively in a limited number of situations (e.g., favorite TV show or hobby) OR may communicate in a limited way across a variety of situations. This article shares the tools available for context-dependent students in InterAACt.

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