At the 2018 ASHA Conference, Gormley et al. shared their findings of the interactions between a child with CCN, her parents, and health care providers on an inpatient rehabilitation unit.
At the 2018 ASHA Conference, Babb et al. presented their findings on the impact of video VSD technology on the communication of adolescents with CCN during a vocational task.
Mandak et al. (2018) investigate the effects of a new software feature, dynamic text and speech output, on the acquisition of sight words by three pre-literate preschoolers with ASD.
At the 2018 ASHA Conference, Laubscher et al. presented their findings on the use of video VSDs during interactive play for a child with ASD.
Many RERC Partners are scheduled to present at the ASHA 2018 Convention in Boston, MA.
On Friday, July 13, 2018, the RERC on AAC held its State of the Science conference in Arlington, Virginia (near Washington, DC).
McCoy and McNaughton (2018) review the available research on teaching education professionals to use PECS.
Babb et al. (2018) investigate the impact of video VSD technology on participation of an adolescent with ASD during vocational activities.
At the 2018 RERC on AAC State of the Science Conference, Mandak et al. presented their findings on the effects of dynamic text in VSDs on sight word learning for a preschooler with ASD.
At the 2018 RERC on AAC State of the Science Conference, O’Neill et al. presented their findings on using video VSDs to increase participation during community activities for an adolescent with ASD.