Penn State faculty and students are looking forward to the ASHA 2015 conference in Denver, Colorado: November 12-14th. We hope to see you there!
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This editorial utilizes “the framework proposed by the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF) to illustrate the need to re-think AAC intervention to improve outcomes for individuals with complex communication needs, and to foster a new generation of intervention research that will provide a solid foundation for improved services.”
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.
Celebrating the milestones of PhD scholars: We are thrilled for Nimisha, and of the incredible impact she will have!
“She has tackled an important and complex issue, and deserves hearty congratulations.” — Krista Wilkinson
Jess’ research interests include (a) improvement of literacy outcomes; (b) enhancement of display design for high tech communication methods; and (c) expansion of social networks and communication modalities (e.g. access to social media), for persons who use AAC.