TippyTalk Blog

    6 Myths About AAC

    It's time to address some of the myths about AAC 

    After four years as the CEO of TippyTalk, and as the father of Sadie, who is autistic, I’ve started blogging to share what I’ve learned about autism...

    4 tips for successful AAC introduction within the classroom

     Using assistive communication is not new within the context of school activities. There are many choices out there for parents, educators, and professionals, such as homemade storyboards,...

    5 Prerequisites to Social Inclusion

    How we choose to communicate allows us to define who we are as individuals. It allows us to share and connect with the world around us. Same-room interaction, or, communication should be the first...

    Awareness, Acceptance or Inclusion for Autism

    So tell me, what does autism looks like, if you know then you should have no problem looking at the picture above and picking out the person living with autism.

    Our First Success Through TippyTalk

    Assumptions Made about ASD, Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Advice From One Autism Parent To Another

    Autism The Difficulty Of Hygiene


    A difficulty shared  by a lot of children on the autism spectrum is their dislike for the personal hygiene process. This is due most often to sensory issues. I’ve experienced this with my own...

    Summer Trips and Autism Spectrum

    What do people with Verbal Disabilities need?