Denmark, 2017

 

 

 

McNaughton, D. (2017, November). AAC Strategies to Support Transition for Persons with Severe Disabilities. Presentation at the conference on Transitions in the Lives of AAC Users, Copenhagen, Denmark. (Sponsored by ISAAC Danmark and Socialstyrelsen)

 

Links

David McNaughton: Denmark 2017 Handout (pdf)

Williams, M. B., Krezman, C., & McNaughton, D. (2008). “Reach for the stars”: Five principles for the next 25 years of AACAugmentative and Alternative Communication24, 194-206 (pdf)

Anne Abbot: Motria’s Movie (YouTube)

Janice Light: AAC interventions to maximize language (webcast)

Janice Light: Maximizing the literacy skills of individuals who use AAC (webcast)

Babb, S., Gormley, J., Light, J., & McNaughton, D. (September, 2017). The use of interactive video VSD to support learning and communication for an adolescent with ASD in a vocational setting. Presentation at AAC Colloquium, Penn State University, University Park, PA. (Summary and handout)

O’Neill, T., Light, J.  (2017, March).  Video Visual Scene Displays to enhance participation in community activities.  Technical session at the Pennsylvania Speech-Language Hearing Association (PSHA) Convention in Harrisburg, PA. (Summary and handout)

David McNaughton   Visual Scene Display for Copenhagen , made with SnapScene (YouTube video)

Holyfield, C., Pope, L, Light, J., McNaughton, D., Drager, K.  (2016, November).   Visual Scene Displays (VSDs) with dynamic text: Supporting early reading in adults with Intellectual Disabilities (IDD).  Presentation at the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA), Philadelphia, PA. (Summary and handout)

Caron, J., Holyfield,  C., Knudtson, C., Light, J., McNaughton, D. (2016, November).  Grid displays to literacy: Effect of dynamic text on word reading for individuals with ASD.   Presentation at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Conference, Philadelphia, PA. (Summary and handout)

Richardson, L., McCoy, A., McNaughton, D., & Sayed, A., (2016, August).  Successful employment of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder who use augmentative and alternative communication.  Presentation at the biennial conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC),  Toronto, Canada. (Summary and handout)

Communication Disabilities Across CanadaCommunication Passport

 Birmingham Karnezos, J., & Light, J. (2016, August).  The effect of a checklist on school-based Speech-Language Pathologists’ descriptions of AAC assessment.  Presentation at the biennial conference of the International Society of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC).   Toronto, Canada.(Summary and handout)

Chris Klein: Building relationships through the tools of communication (YouTube video)

Additional Resources

Michael Williams: How far we have come, how far we have to go (webcast)

https://aac-learning-center.psu.edu

http://aacliteracy.psu.edu

Full conference program

 

 

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