Comprehensive Health Curriculum
for Teens & Adults

designed for AAC users | accessible to everyone

This curriculum, created by educators and family members, is designed for people who are ready to learn about high school-level health topics. It can be used as a comprehensive curriculum and/or a supplement to an existing program.


Some design elements are created to be accessible by people who point, spell, and/or type to communicate, and all materials are appropriate for people with and without disabilities. For example, instead of asking the learner to respond by using an Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) technique you can ask them to respond by speaking, writing, drawing, miming, etc.


We encourage users to keep in mind Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles while making further adaptations as needed, and we welcome feedback about content and accessibility.

Author: Molly K. Rearick Day, EdD

Editor: Susie Lotharius, MEd

Designer: Kristi G. Day