O’Neill and Wilkinson (2020) investigated the perspectives of parents of children with cerebral palsy on how AAC technologies support their child’s participation in everyday life.
Theresa Vaughan, National Center for Adaptive Neurotechnologies, Wadsworth Center and Andrew Geronimo, from the Department of Neurosurgery, Penn State College of Medicine shared their research and development work in brain computer interface for individuals with severe speech and motor impairments.
Penn State faculty and students will present AAC research at the ATIA 2020 Conference in Orlando, FL.
At the 2019 ASHA Conference, Babb and colleagues evaluated the effects of video VSDs on the communication of adolescents with ASD during social interactions.
Colloquium will be held from 12-1 Mondays in 301 Ford (AAC Lab) during the Spring 2020 semester.
On January 9th, Dr. Janice Light will be presenting at the 2020 Everyday Lives Conference organized by The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, Office of Developmental Programs.