This ASHA 2016 poster discussed findings from an online focus group with school-based SLPs aimed at identifying the strengths and limitations in providing effective family-centered services to children who use AAC.
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There is a significant need for evidence-based practice guidelines that improve school based AAC assessment (Beukelman & Yorkston, 2000; Soto et al., 2001). The results of this study indicate the potential of checklists to improve school-based augmentative and alternative communication assessment and intervention.
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 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.
The review assessed studies of interventions conducted in inclusive education settings and their outcomes for children with complex communication needs.
Celebrating the milestones of PhD scholars: We are thrilled for Nimisha, and of the incredible impact she will have!