The RERC on AAC provides a large collection of free webcasts, including presentations on research and clinical applications, as well as consumer perspectives. Additional materials are available at our YouTube Channel.
In Year 3 of the grant (2017), we will provide the first in a series of online modules for a MOOC ( Massive Online Open Course) on AAC. These modules will support the development and use of AAC strategies by persons with complex communication needs.
Research to Practice
- Maximizing the literacy skills of individuals who require AAC (quiz available)
Janice Light, PhD
- AAC interventions to maximize language development for young children (quiz available)
- Successful Employment for Individuals who use AAC (quiz available)
David McNaughton, PhD, & Anthony Arnold
- AAC for Persons with Primary Progressive Aphasia
Melanie Fried-Oken, PhD
- Supporting Communication of Individuals with Minimal Movement (quiz available)
Susan Fager, PhD & David Beukelman, PhD
- AAC for Aphasia: A Review of Visual Scenes Display Project
David Beukelman, PhD, Karen Hux, Ph.D., Kristy Weissling, MA, Aimee Dietz, MS, Miechelle McKelvey, MA,
- Visual Immersion Program for persons with autism
Howard Shane, PhD & Meghan O’Brien, MA
- Public school students: Who can pay for SGDs?
Lew Golinker, Esq.
- Mobile devices and communication Apps: Current trends and future directions
David McNaughton, Ph.D., Howard Shane, Ph.D., Jessica Gosnell, MA, & Sam Sennott, Ph.D.
- Seating and positioning for people who use AAC
Aileen Costigan, MSc-OT
- Introduction to AAC
Kathy Drager, Ph.D., Janice Light, Ph.D., & David McNaughton, Ph.D.
- The sky is only the beginning: Living life without limits
Godfrey Nazareth, MS Bio-Eng
- How Far We’ve Come, How Far We’ve Got to Go: Tales from the Trenches
Michael Williams, MA
- AAC: A User’s Perspective
- Disaster preparedness for people with complex communication needs: A personal perspective
- AAC and college life: Just do it! (quiz available)
Beth Anne Luciani