This ASHA 2016 session shared results from many research studies to improve the design of AAC apps to increase appeal, reduce learning demands, and support language, literacy, and communication.
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Children who use AAC apps often do not have the vocabulary that they require within their daily interactions. At this ASHA 2016 presentation, the results of four research studies designed to investigate just-in-time (JIT) programming of vocabulary during interactions suggested directions to better support the language development of children with CCN.
So much has happened since last May, and it ultimately comes to this: We are honored to acknowledge the incredible achievements of Dr. Nimisha Muttiah.
The PSU AAC community is dedicated to enhancing communication and improving the overall quality of life for individuals who have complex communication needs and their families.
This study investigated the experiences of eight augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) professionals who had provided instructional support for AAC service delivery in low- and middle-income (LAMI) countries.
Proposed intervention strategies to support language development in children with motor challenges are framed using the ICF model of disability.