According to Soto & Yu, 2014, AAC intervention practices should include working with the individual’s family and community to reinforce learning across the home, community, and school; understanding and supporting the second language acquisition, and acknowledging that second language learning is not helped by eradication of the first language but rather is built on a strong foundation of first language and culture; and providing tools to create a therapeutic environment where bilingualism is practiced and encouraged. Following these suggestions, we will be reviewing AAC intervention strategies through a cultural-linguistic responsive lens. In this session, we will be reviewing expansion, aided language stimulation, descriptive teaching, Milieu teaching, shared book reading, core word, and total communication intervention strategies with dual-language learners. We will identify language dominance, how to observe communication partners, identify AAC users' environments, interviewing stakeholders, identifying appropriate vocabulary, and demonstrating implementation of dual-language for bilingual and monolingual SLPs. Our presentation will include demonstration sessions of the various implementation strategies and language/literacy therapy ideas.