At the 2017 ASHA Convention, Wilkinson et al presented research on methods of optimizing AAC display designs for individuals with developmental or acquired disabilities.
The AAC Collaboration Project at Penn State addresses the urgent need for fully credentialed speech language pathologists and special education teachers
David McNaughton discussed the work of persons who use AAC, as well as Penn State faculty and graduate students, at a Transition conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Tara O’Neill presented her research on the investigation of eye gaze on visual scene displays with a navigation menu for individuals with significant intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Emily Laubscher presented research on the use of customized visuals as instructional language development tools for individuals with moderate to severe ASD.
Janice Light, in collaboration with faculty and graduate students, provided an overview of the current AAC research program at Penn State University.