Penn State News featured the RERC on AAC Doctoral Student Think Tank in a recent news story
Suz Boyle and Ashley McCoy presented on the effects of T2L software at CEC in Boston.
Caron et al presented case studies of literacy instruction for adults with complex communication needs
This study investigated the effects of dynamically displaying text within AAC software to support the transition from graphic symbols to literacy with pre-literate preschoolers with ASD.
Video VSDs provide an innovative AAC interface by using videos of daily events with embedded VSDs to enhance participation in dynamic interactions.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of seated positioning on the accuracy and efficiency of a single motor act used to access AAC for an adolescent with athetoid CP.
RERC on AAC partners Susan Fager, Tom Jakobs, and David McNaughton will present at ATIA 2017 in Orlando, FL
Evidence-based intervention and AAC apps to support the literacy development of children with autism and complex communication needs
O’Neill et al examined visual attention to visual scene displays and navigation menus by individuals with developmental disabilities.
The current study explores the impact of an AAC app designed to foster literacy development on single word reading performance in adults with intellectual disabilities.