Boyle et al describe the results of a pilot study intervention using digital texts including VSDs and T2L features with children with language delays in an inclusive preschool setting.
The RERC on AAC is pleased to announce the 2018 Student Research and Design Competition. The 2018 Competition is designed to stimulate research and development on the topic of Access and Augmentative and Alternative Communication. First prize is an award of $3,000 to support development of the project, and attendance at the RESNA 2018 conference.
99 parents of children with ASD and limited speech and 211 SLPs who served children with ASD and limited speech completed questionnaires measuring their experiences with the provision of family-centered services.
Fernando Quivira and Matt Higger (Northeastern University) won the 2017 RERC on AAC Student Research and Design Competition
in this manuscript we propose a Kronecker product structure for covariance matrices
In this paper we propose a structure for the covariance matrices of the multichannel EEG signals.
In this manuscript, we develop a Monte Carlo-based probabilistic simulation framework for electroencephalography (EEG) based BCI design.
This investigation provides preliminary evidence of the relationship between image and message type for people with TBI.
The RERC on AAC partnered with three student engineering Learning Factory teams at Penn State University in the spring of 2017
Suz Boyle and Ashley McCoy presented on the effects of T2L software at CEC in Boston.