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.
In this paper, Mandak et al. discuss family systems theory and ecological systems theory as a framework to guide family-centered AAC practice…
The RERC on AAC partnered with four student engineering Learning Factory teams at Penn State University in the fall of 2016.
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.
Recent advances in the field of augmented reality present a new opportunity for AAC systems that are more contextually integrated, relevant and cognitively salient.
RERC on AAC partners David Beukelman, Melanie Fried-Oken, and Janice Light presented in Toronto, Canada, for ISAAC 2016, August 8 – 11, 2016.
Engineering students from Penn State University and the Belgium Campus – South Africa are the winning team in the 2016 Student Research and Design Competition.