The partners in the RERC on AAC presented an update on research and development activities at ATIA 2018
Hanson and Fager describe communication supports that can enhance participation, as described in the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health
Nordness and Beukelman highlight strategies to support consistent, effective patient–provider communication in various medical settings
Beukelman and Nordness discuss policy and system change for patient provider communications in medical situations.
The RERC on AAC partnered with three student engineering Learning Factory teams at Penn State University in the fall of 2017
RERC on AAC partners will present at ATIA 2018 in Orlando, Florida.
O’Neill and colleagues evaluated the effects of videos with integrated visual scene displays (VSDs) on task completion in community settings by an adolescent with ASD
At the 2017 ASHA Conference, Kelsey Mandak presented on the effects of single-word literacy interventions for individuals who use AAC.
Wilkinson et al presented research on methods of optimizing AAC display designs for individuals with developmental or acquired disabilities at ASHA 2017
Kelsey Mandak presented research on the use of VSDs with dynamic texts to promote the transition from the use of graphic AAC symbols to orthographic text for individuals with ASD at ASHA 2017