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 if you have any questions or would like to schedule a presentation.

27 Janice Light Welcome and AAC Program Overview
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
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 Tara O’Neill

Perspectives of Parents of Children with Cerebral Palsy on the Supports, Challenges, and Realities of Integrating AAC into Everyday Life

5 Kelsey Mandak The Effects of an Online Training on Pre-service Speech-Language Pathologists’ Use of Family-Centered Skills
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
3 SLP Master’s Students Clinic Case Discussion


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