This presentation described an AAC prototype that integrates supplemented speech recognition.
Melanie Fried-Oken was interviewed on the topic of Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) for the Indata podcast series.
Godfrey Nazareth, Co-Leader of Training and Dissemination for the RERC on AAC, is the recipient of the “Live Life to the Fullest” Award for 2015
This review discusses the benefits of AAC for individuals with ALS, primary progressive aphasia, or Alzheimer’s disease.
We are pleased to make a limited number of free ePrints available for the following articles.
Alison Wilson will be contributing to the RERC on AAC as a member of our Advisory Board.
Student Team: Steven Ciez, Brad Cronin, Justin Kinslow, Justin Smith, Lulu Sun University: Penn State University Abstract: The team has been tasked with modifying a child’s toy race car so that children having difficulty interacting with their peers can drive it using a variety of simple switches and communicate with their friends. The switches must be adaptable […]
Jessica Caron and Janice Light report the results of an online focus group that was used to investigate the experiences of nine individuals with cerebral palsy who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) and social media.
Betts Peters and Melanie Fried-Oken partnered to create an informative “For Your Information…” guide, which provides an introduction to brain-computer interface technology, and was published in cooperation with the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Association
This project group was tasked with designing a model for a tablet case that met the needs of the PSU Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and the needs of the children and instructors using the tablet.