The fast and easy creation of VSDs and hotspots to provide communication may be a valuable tool for interventionists.
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“Results from the current study provide clinical insights toward involving young children in AAC programming just in time and steps that may allow for more independent participation or require more scaffolding.”
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.
For children with CCN, visual scene displays and other AAC systems that combine people, objects, actions, locations, and other relations are important components of infusing symbols with functional play to build communication, language, and learning.
The 17th Biennial ISAAC conference in Toronto, Canada will be August 8 -11, 2016). Penn State faculty and students are looking forward to coming together with everyone!
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.