Literacy skills are essential to positive outcomes in education, employment, participation and community living. The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of app features grounded in the state of the science in visual cognitive processing, literacy instruction, and instructional design (Light et al., 2014), as a component in the bridge from picture-based AAC […]
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Celebrating SSRI grant award which contributes to advancing evidence-based interventions in literacy for individuals who have Complex Communication Needs.
The 17th Biennial ISAAC conference in Toronto, Canada will be August 8 -11, 2016). Penn State faculty and students are looking forward to coming together with everyone!
It is an exciting time to reflect on everything that has been accomplished With the AAC Leadership Project. It is phenomenal the impact that these doctoral scholars have had to improve outcomes for individuals with complex communication needs.
The RERC on AAC is a collaborative center committed to advancing knowledge and producing innovative engineering solutions in augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). The RERC on AAC will support a research and development program that addresses three areas of rehabilitation science and engineering: Improving access to technologies through exploration of innovative approaches and through integration of multi-modalities; Developing […]
Penn State faculty and students will be presenting at the ASHA 2014 conference in Orlando, Florida: November 20th to 22nd, 2014. There’s so much to talk and learn about!