“Results from the current study provide clinical insights toward involving young children in AAC programming just in time and steps that may allow for more independent participation or require more scaffolding.”
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Children who use AAC apps often do not have the vocabulary that they require within their daily interactions. At this ASHA 2016 presentation, the results of four research studies designed to investigate just-in-time (JIT) programming of vocabulary during interactions suggested directions to better support the language development of children with CCN.
A case study examining the effects of an AAC application that supports just-in-time (JIT) programming of vocabulary during interactions.
Penn State faculty and students are looking forward to the ASHA 2015 conference in Denver, Colorado: November 12-14th. We hope to see you there!
The results of this study contribute to the existing literature that suggests higher expectations for adolescents with severe developmental disabilities with appropriately designed interventions and opportunities for increased communication.
Colloquium discussion reviewed on-going research about intervention for school-age and adolescent communicators.