As the fall semester winds down, 6 of the 2nd year Masters students within the AAC community are getting ready for their full time clinical experience in the spring semester.
Warm congratulations to the Penn State Masters students who completed their graduate research papers in AAC.
Participants of this Intermediate-level Webinar learn preferred practices for symbol and vocabulary selection, goal-setting, and intervention strategies.
This program introduces viewers to basic AAC strategies for immediate application with school-age children with significant intellectual disabilities.
Many providers struggle to identify effective ways to work with clients with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Here, a committee of experts offers some advice.
Drager, K., Light, J., & McNaughton, D. (2011). Effects of AAC interventions on communication and language for young children with complex communication needs. Journal of Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine, 3, 303-310. (full text) Children with complex communication needs (CCN) who require augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) are at considerable risk in many aspects of their development: […]