The goals of this paper are two-fold: (a) to summarize the research related to AAC systems for young children, and (b) to define priorities for future research to improve AAC technologies and enhance outcomes for children with complex communication needs.
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Collaborating with AAC-RERC partner to advance research in AAC for adults with aphasia
Results of this comparison study indicated that the children in the iconic prediction group did not perform more accurately than the children who did not have prediction available. There was some evidence, however, that using iconic prediction may help to facilitate generalization of use of iconic encoding to novel vocabulary.
A conversation about the present and best guess for the future of mobile devices like the iPhone and iPad.
As the fall semester winds down, 6 of the 2nd year Masters students within the AAC community are getting ready for their full time clinical experience in the spring semester.
Warm congratulations to the Penn State Masters students who completed their graduate research papers in AAC.