This ASHA 2016 presentation explored a study regarding the impact of an AAC app designed to foster literacy development on single word reading performance in adults with intellectual disabilities.
Penn State faculty and students are excited to be at the ASHA 2016 conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: November 17-19th. We’ll see you soon!
Our sincere thanks to Godfrey Nazareth (MSc BME) who visited students and faculty in the Family Centered and Consumer Responsive AAC Services course on October 5, 2016.
Given the limited information on strategies to support employment for individuals with ASD who use AAC, there is a clear need to better understand the experiences of individuals with ASD who use AAC, and who are successfully employed in community settings.
The 17th Biennial ISAAC conference in Toronto, Canada will be August 8 -11, 2016). Penn State faculty and students are looking forward to coming together with everyone!
We are interested in learning more about the experiences of people who have amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and who use AAC to communicate.