In this presentation to a graduate class in speech language pathology at Penn State University, Godfrey describe his experiences as a person with a diagnosis of ALS, and his use of AAC to support a full rich life.
In this webcast, Beth Anne describes her experiences as a student at California University of Pennsylvania.
David McNaughton and Anthony Arnold describe strategies to support employment for individuals who use AAC.
In this presentation, Pamela Kennedy describes her experiences as an individual with complex communication needs and as a survivor of the Grand Forks flood of 1997.
Michael B. Williams, a long time practitioner of the art of augmented communication, uses historical biography to elucidate many of the key social and technological issues in AAC today.
Colin Portnuff was a bright and passionate humanitarian who lost his speech, but never his love of life nor his sense of humor, to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). We are fortunate to have this webcast of Colin sharing his life experiences and his vision for new applications of assistive technology