PrAACtical AAC | Presuming Competence and Using The Least Dangerous Assumption2016-11-10T10:11:49-04:00By Ollibean|Categories: AAC, Ableism, Articles, Assistive Technology, Autism, blog, Cross Disability, Editor's Picks, General, Inclusive Education, Resources|Tags: AAC, Anne Donnelan, assistive technology, Augmentative Communication, autism, Carol Zangari, Cheryl Jorgensen, Disability, education, inclusion, inclusive education, ipad, PrAACtical AAC, presume competence, Special Education, special needs, The Least Dangerous assumption|1 CommentOne of our core language posts from last month referred to the criterion of the least dangerous assumption (Donellan, 1984). This week we’re pleased to be able to expand on that topic and share a video by Dr. Cheryl Jorgensen, Share it!FacebookTwitterWhatsappTumblrPinterestEmail About the Author: Ollibean Ollibean is a dynamic community of parents, families and advocates in the disability community working together for a more socially just, accessible and inclusive world. Related Posts Communication, Interaction, and Autism Acceptance April 18th, 2019| 1 Comment Autism Awareness Month Awareness March 13th, 2018| 7 Comments Intelligence Is an Ableist Concept January 27th, 2018| 5 Comments Living My Disabled Life: My Story Is Mine to Tell Part 3 January 9th, 2018| 1 Comment One Comment Karen Anderson Marsh July 24, 2014 at 1:31 pm - ReplyA great video on “Least Dangerous Assumption” for all parents, teachers and administrators.Leave A Comment Cancel replyComment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.