The AAC Collaboration Project at Penn State addresses the urgent need for fully credentialed speech ...
The AAC Leadership Project (2017), funded by the US Department of Education, will support doctoral ...
The Penn State AAC community of faculty, graduate students and undergraduate students are dedicated to enhancing communication and improving the overall quality of life for individuals who have complex communication needs and their families. We are seeking to improve outcomes for individuals with autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, developmental apraxia, traumatic brain injuries, aphasia, […]
Babb et al. (2020) investigated the use of video VSDs to support participation during a volunteer activity for adolescents with CCN.
To celebrate #DDawareness2020, we are highlighting some of our research focused on improving the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities.
Laubscher and Light (2020) examined core word lists through a developmental perspective and considered the clinical implications for individuals with CCN.
Clarke & Williams (2020) investigated the daily practices of SLPs when providing AAC instruction to individuals with ASD.
O’Neill and Wilkinson (2020) investigated the perspectives of parents of children with cerebral palsy on how AAC technologies support their child’s participation in everyday life.
Theresa Vaughan, National Center for Adaptive Neurotechnologies, Wadsworth Center and Andrew Geronimo, from the Department of Neurosurgery, Penn State College of Medicine shared their research and development work in brain computer interface for individuals with severe speech and motor impairments.