Our sincere thanks to Rob Rummel-Hudson, who spoke (via teleconference) to students and faculty on September 21, 2016, as part of a Penn State class on Family Centered and Consumer Responsive AAC Services.
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“The access to mobile technology and AAC applications does not guarantee communication competence. Team members need to work effectively with families to maximize outcomes. “
Poster presentations by PSU doctoral students in the AAC community reviewed some of their work to date: the significance of play with beginning communicators, a framework for professionals and families, and the scope of literature on research for peer interactions.
Students in the PSU seminar on “Working effectively with individuals who require AAC and their families,” extend their gratitude to Rob for his insights and candor.
Jennifer Davis’ ASHA 2013 Poster Session reviews results of research conducted with military families with a child diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder.
A wide range of learning opportunities are encouraged to prepare high quality doctoral students in AAC as researchers/ university faculty.