1. Connect familes to ongoing support/resources. As the SLP you may be a consultant on the case and involved with the family for a short time or maybe you change schools next year and don't see the family. For me it becomes key to help families find reputable resources that they can continue to access with or without me. The first thing I always do is connect families with resources they can use, at their own pace, to learn how to use the device. I love to direct parents to PrAACtical AAC not only is it a great site full of information but joining their mailing list will keep the information coming. If the family is using Proloquo2Go, TouchChat, or LAMP WFL I send them to the Facebook groups for families and users. For parents looking for resources to pass along to schools or who are ready for the next level, Tobii-Dynavox has an book of core word lesson plans and the PRC language lab has some great, free, resources.
3. Review the principles of aided language stimulation.
Reminding parents that modeling is the first step and the best that they can do is to have fun with it and enjoy spending time with their kids!