A case study examining the effects of an AAC application that supports just-in-time (JIT) programming of vocabulary during interactions.
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This research seeks to understand how such individuals respond to visual communication supports, in order to improve the effectiveness of these aids.
Presenting an evidence-based AAC intervention with school-age children and adolescents who were at beginning stages of communication.
Communication needs extend beyond face-to-face interactions.
The 2015 ASHA convention in Denver, Colorado was an exciting opportunity to come together to talk and learn. We were thrilled to see PSU Alums: Dr. Ji Young Na, Dr. Nimisha Muttiah, and Dr. Jennifer Thistle! Some of their more recent efforts were profiled at ASHA, including: — “Communication About Emotion During Book Reading by […]
The review assessed studies of interventions conducted in inclusive education settings and their outcomes for children with complex communication needs.