AAC Online Resources
AAC Connect is a private practice that has a terrific website with a lot of nice free tools and great info. They offer trainings and I've seen them present at conferences. They do a great job.
AAC-RERC is a research group that focuses on Augmentative Communication Technology.
AbleData provides information & sources for a many types pf assistive technology , including aug com.
Better Living Through Technology has information on hi & lo tech solutions for a broad range special needs.
Conferences on Technology & People With Disabilities held at Cal State Northridge - a ton of articles
CPEC is an Australian org that has worked to develop PODD. They are at https://cpec.org.au/.
Gail Van Tatenhove is a leader in AAC. She is particularly great in discussing and training on the importance of Core Vocabulary . This is her YouTube Channel.
Linda Burkhart's website. She's a leader in the field of Augmentative Communication.
PECS training information and product sources .
Region 2 Digital Lending Library - a project out of North Central Florida. There are tons of up-to-date pages and activities contributed by many people working in the field.
Visual schedules. This article has an excellent explanation of the theory & process with a lot of pictured examples.
YAACK is all about augmentative and alternative communication for young kids.
Therese Wilkomm is an OT who has been compared to MacGyver. She's brilliant at making incredibly handy equipment with easy-to-find materials. This is her YouTube Channel.