David Beukelman named as ISAAC Fellow

David Beukelman with ISAAC president Gregor Renner

David Beukelman with ISAAC president Gregor Renner (photo: Amy Gordon)

Congratulations to David Beukelman (Emeritus professor, University of Nebraska), who was named as an ISAAC Fellow at the ISAAC 2016 conference in Toronto, Canada. David’s work has been pivotal in the development and establishment of the field of AAC – he has authored and edited its leading texts, advised and mentored the next generation of AAC leaders,  and conducted research that has expanded the use of AAC to underserved populations.  While his writing and research is recognized on a national and international level, David’s work is grounded in his clinical experiences of the past 40 years – many of his insights came from his work in providing ongoing communication intervention to individuals in his community.  “Dave’s” ability to truly watch and listen, and to see the short and long term impact of his efforts as they were experienced by those he served, have made him not only a highly respected interventionist, researcher, and faculty member, but also a valued mentor and friend to many. Roxie Bullock with David Beukelman

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