Training preservice SLPs to provide adapted literacy instruction (Caron et al., 2018)

Caron, J., McNaughton, D., O’Brien, M., Eskin, N., Curtin, E., Brush, L., & Bitner, L. (2018, November). AAC & adapted literacy instruction: Closing the research-to-practice gap through online training of preservice SLPs. Poster at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Conference, Boston, MA.

Caron et al. (2018) Handout (pdf)

Abstract: SLPs indicate lack of training in the provision of adapted literacy instruction for individuals who use AAC. Despite research findings that these individuals can learn to read, a gap exists between research and clinical outcomes. In an effort to close the research-to-practice gap, an online module was developed to train preservice SLPs in the provision of adapted literacy instruction.

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