NARIC highlighted the recent RERC on AAC publication on “soliciting user feedback from persons with severe speech and physical impairments” in their Research in Focus newsletter.
This introductory level webcast on “AAC and Children” by Kathy Drager, Janice Light, and David McNaughton (Penn State University) is designed as an introduction to the use of AAC.
Congratulations to Janice Light and David McNaughton who received the ISAAC President’s Award at the ISAAC 2016 conference in Toronto, Canada
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.
Congratulations to David Beukelman, who was named as an ISAAC Fellow at the ISAAC 2016 conference in Toronto, Canada.
Congratulations to Dr. Janice Light, who was named as an ISAAC Fellow at the ISAAC 2016 conference in Toronto, Canada.
RERC on AAC partners David Beukelman, Melanie Fried-Oken, and Janice Light presented in Toronto, Canada, for ISAAC 2016, August 8 – 11, 2016.
The purposes of this workshop are to engage the rehabilitation engineering community to further describe the challenges and opportunities that currently exist for BCI-AAC synergy.
Our goals were to share the experience of the RERC on AAC at each stage of development, and to share the story of one R & D project
A Research and Development Award (up to a total of $3,000) is available to the first place student project.