Communication Takes Care: Checking in with PSU alum, Dr. Sennott

Sennott2016_Edited4WebWe have been using the opportunity of ASHA’s Communication Takes Care initiative this May as a chance to catch up on some of the things happening in the field of AAC.

In 2012, the PSU AAC community got a first glimpse at an extensive review of AAC Modeling interventions through a Colloquium presentation from then-doctoral candidate, Sam Sennott.   Since graduating, Dr. Samuel Sennott has been an assistant professor of special education with the Portland State University Universal Design Lab.  We are thrilled to extend that the culmination of that effort is now available more broadly:  

Sennott, S. C., Light, J. C., & McNaughton, D. (2016).  AAC Modeling Intervention Research ReviewResearch and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 41, 101-115.  doi:10.1177/1540796916638822

For more information about some of the incredible work Dr. Sennott has been involved with:

Sennott, S. C., & Mason, L. H. (2015). AAC Modeling With the iPad During Shared Storybook Reading Pilot Study. Communication Disorders Quarterly. http://doi.org/10.1177/1525740115601643

Mobile Devices and Communication Apps: Current Trends and Future Directions — Webcast, 2011

McNaughton, D., Arnold, A., Sennott, S.C., Serpentine, L., (2010).  Developing skills,“Making a match”, and obtaining needed supports: Successful employment for individuals who use AAC.  Transition Strategies for Adolescents and Young Adults.  by David B. McNaughton and David R. Beukelman (Eds).  Chapter 6.  p. 111-127.

Sennott, S.C., Bowker, A. (2009).  Autism, AAC, and Proloquo2Go.   SIG 12 Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 18: 4.  pp. 137-145.

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