Jennifer Thistle’s ASHA 2013 Technical Research Session reviews results of an online survey of SLPs regarding their process of developing AAC supports for school-age children.
Jess Caron’s 2013 ASHA seminar offers examples of a hybrid approach: merging traditional AAC strategies with current mobile technology and combining AAC with “traditional” speech training techniques.
This ASHA 2013 Poster by Dr. Finke and Jenna Davis reviewed the experiences of individuals with ASD (and their families) around making and maintaining social connections.
Dr. Serpentine’s ASHA 2013 Poster Session presented research on an instructional program working with individuals diagnosed with Asperger Syndrome critical skills related to conversational dynamics with peers.
This 2013 ASHA seminar offers a framework and preliminary guidelines and strategies to support AAC practitioners working with children who have communication challenges toward effective social and communication competence.
The National Joint Committee on the Communication Needs of Persons with Severe Disabilities is an interdisciplinary committee representing diverse organizations that support communication of individuals with severe disabilities. This ASHA 2013 Poster shares a sampling of the current work underway by members of the NJC as active researchers and/or clinicians.