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Success Stories

LAMP Comes To Life On The Farm With Stephannie Brajot

LAMP Certified Practitioner (LCP) Profile: Stephannie Brajot, M.A., CCC-SLP Speech-Language Pathologist Stephannie Brajot began her career in a busy clinic with children who had been working on single sounds for months with little-to-no functional progress. “Their frustration was palpable,” recalls Stephannie....


Seuss, Shortcuts, And Smiles

As told by Beth Speaker-Christensen, Speech-Language Pathologist As a LAMP®-certified provider and lifelong lover of all that is Minspeak®, Unity®, etc., I know the value of utilizing visual learning to improve spontaneous, generative communication. A few years ago, I met Cindy when she was looking to find a...


Finn: Momma Knows Best

My name is Mary Valderrama and I am a parent of a four-and-a-half-year-old with autism. I’m also an autism support teacher and a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). As a result of wearing multiple hats, I have a slightly different perspective than most. My journey with AAC, specifically LAMP Words for...


Making The SGD Journey More Successful For Our Kids

As told by Christy Lemmons, Speech-Language Pathologist As a clinician, my heart goes out to the parents of my patients who are nonverbal. After 26 years as a speech pathologist who's worked with dozens of children at various ages and abilities, I have witnessed it all. I have had patients who were verbal within six...


Leah: The Power Of FUN

Leah came to my school in Fall 2020 as a 6th grader. She had a communication device with LAMP Words for Life® but did not like to use it. She would push it away or put it face down on the table. Because of her dislike for the device, I decided to go back to the basics of FUN. We started playing games and being silly...


Jonathan: A LAMP Words For Life Powerhouse

As told by Karla Strite, Special Education Teacher-Life Skills Support Jonathan came to my class in the fall of 2018 at the age of 12. While he had a VOD that was rather simplistic, it had obviously met his needs up to this point; however, he often had to be prompted to use it. The next school year (19-20), I started...