supports may include services in the following areas:
- Blind/Visually Impaired (BVI)
- Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing (DHH)
- Educational Audiologist
- Complex Communication Needs (CCN) / Assistive Technology (AT)
Low Incidence supports vary across the province. For more information contact the ECLS Project Manager in your zone. Parents, please contact your school.
Your Project Manager can also help you access webinars and modules from the Provincial Low Incidence Team.
If you have a student with Low Incidence needs, these resources may be helpful:
The Centre for AAC & Autism
Cortical Visual Impairment
Teaching Students with Visual Impairment
Teaching Students who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing
The AAC Coach
Strategies for Complex SLP Needs
Debunking AAC Myths
Literacy and AAC
Core Word Classroom
AAC at Home
Talking with Tech
Engagement: Building Blocks of Language and Communication
Making Communication Meaningful: When Supporting AAC Use
Modeling Language During Mealtime
Shared Book Reading and AAC
If you have tried some of the above resources and still require additional support...
If you are a school
contact your service provider.
If you are a parent
contact your school.
If you are a school and you’ve talked to your service provider and still have questions
contact your ECLS Project Manager.