In this paper, Mandak et al. discuss family systems theory and ecological systems theory as a framework to guide family-centered AAC practice…
Celebrating SSRI grant award which contributes to advancing evidence-based interventions in literacy for individuals who have Complex Communication Needs.
Intervention is needed to support peer interactions for young children who use AAC, so they can increase quality of life and realize the benefits of social relationships. Dr. Therrien’s work advances understanding about effective instruction and multimodal means that build opportunities for children with CCN and peers to interact.
We are thrilled for the 2016 Graduates! We extend heartfelt gratitude for all your hard work, dedication, and commitment to enhancing communication and improving the quality of life for individuals with CCN and their families.
It is an exciting time to reflect on everything that has been accomplished With the AAC Leadership Project. It is phenomenal the impact that these doctoral scholars have had to improve outcomes for individuals with complex communication needs.
We are interested in learning more about the experiences of people who have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and who use AAC to communicate.