Taking time this May to communicate, link, connect, converse, exchange, and talk about some of the exciting things the PSU AAC Community has been developing.
Tag Archives | AAC displays
Research that contributes towards creating communicative displays that minimize visual processing demands and increase efficiency for individuals who use AAC.
Featuring Michelle Therrien’s work to enhance the abilities of young children who have complex communication needs with AAC interventions so that they have more opportunities for friendships with peers.
This line of study has direct impact on improving AAC system design so that using multimodal supports is efficient, and has the highest evidence-base for promoting success.
This research examined the design factors identified as priorities by SLPs when creating AAC displays for young children.
In recognition of the hard work and achievement of Penn State doctoral student, Dr. Jennifer Thistle!