Colloquium – Fall, 2018

Colloquium presentationColloquium will be held from 12-1 Mondays in 301 Ford (AAC Lab) during the Fall 2018 semester. Colloquium is used as a time to share and discuss research and intervention activities. Faculty and graduate students are encouraged to attend, present, and participate in the discussions. Please contact Kelsey Mandak at kch5029@psu.edu if you have any questions or would like to schedule a presentation.

August
27 Janice Light Welcome and AAC Program Overview
September
3 Cancelled – Labor Day
10 Emily Laubscher Supporting Lexical Development for Beginning Communicators with CCN who Require AAC: Is Core Vocabulary a Useful Construct?
17 Emily Laubscher Core Vocabulary, Language Development, and Implications for Beginning Communicators with CCN (Group Discussion)
24 SLP Master’s Students Clinic Case Discussion
October
1 Jessica Gormley Child-Parent-Provider Interactions in an Inpatient Rehab Facility
8 Jessica Gormley Hospitals as a Language Learning Environment for Children who have Complex Communication Needs
15 Emily Laubscher Effects of Video VSDs on Communication During Play for an Individual with ASD: Results of a Pilot Study
22 Salena Babb, Kirk Wydner, Lucas Pierce Increasing Communication and Independence during a Volunteer Activity for Adolescents with CCN using Video VSDs
29 Kelsey Mandak The Effects of an Online Training on Pre-service Speech-Language Pathologists’ Use of Family-Centered Skills
November
5 Tara O’Neill Perspectives of Parents of Children with Cerebral Palsy on the Supports, Challenges, and Realities of Integrating AAC into Everyday Life
12 Kaitlyn Clarke Daily Practices of Speech-Language Pathologists When Instructing the Use of AAC With Individuals on the Autism Spectrum
19 Cancelled – Fall break
26 ASHA attendees ASHA Follow-up
December
3 SLP Master’s Students Clinic Case Discussion

 

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