Most of us are familiar with whiteboards and their use in classrooms and business environments. But do you know how effective they can be when working with people who have speech or communication disorders?
Traditionally, whiteboards are glossy, white surfaces for nonpermanent markings, typically used in educational settings, like classrooms and offices. However, with the rise of technology, ”whiteboard” apps are now commonly found on computers and tablets of all kinds.
For many SLPs, whiteboards have become an invaluable tool when working with people with speech or communication disorders. If you aren’t currently working with a whiteboard on an AAC device, consider the following four benefits: