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.
In this research study, children and adolescents with ASD made use of a Transition to Literacy feature in an AAC app.
This poster session at ASHA 2016 examined the visual-cognitive processing demands of using an ABC and QWERTY onscreen keyboard by individuals with and without TBI.
This 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.
RERC on AAC partners Susan Fager and Janice Light presented at ASHA 2016 in Philadelphia PA (November 17-19, 2016)
Recent advances in the field of augmented reality present a new opportunity for AAC systems that are more contextually integrated, relevant and cognitively salient.
Richard and Thomas Ellenson, and Godfrey and Sweta Nazareth, present on the impact of AAC on the family in this USSAAC sponsored webcast.