- Caroline Musselwhite's website on how to develop communication circles along with ideas for communication topics, apps that are helpful and other resources.
- How to teach AAC
- Speech-Language-Hearing Association of Virginia
- VDOE Speech Language Impairment
- Penn State Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Online Graphics and Boards:
- Picto4 website provides numerous resources including a way to create your own communication boards using Google Chrome which is free. This website also has an ongoing blog with lots of useful information.
- Pics4Learning is a copyright-friendly image library for teachers and students. The Pics4Learning collection consists of thousands of images that have been donated by students, teachers, and amateur photographers. Unlike many Internet sites, permission has been granted for teachers and students to use all of the images donated to the Pics4Learning collection.
- Visuals for Communication page with listings of websites that provide access to free downloads from Loudoun County's Assistive Technology division
Training from School Divisions:
- Lexington Public Schools has created a website with great resources and courses about Assistive Technology (AT) and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). Some forms are specific to the Lexington, Massachusetts Public School, but the information is broad enough to be understood and usable.
- Loudoun County Public School's Assistive Technology Department has numerous links to training and materials as well as professional development. The following training modules are on the topic of AAC.
- Baltimore City Public Schools website contains numerous adapted books with communication overlays and boards that are downloadable and read for use by teachers and students.
- Miami-Dade County Public Schools website has hundreds of interactive books, scheduled, recipes, signs, language activities that are available for free. Especially good for young children with multiple disabilities.