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Alison Wilson will be contributing to the RERC on AAC as a member of our Advisory Board.
In this webcast, Beth Anne describes her experiences as a student at California University of Pennsylvania.
Janice Light describes effective evidence-based practices to maximize the literacy skills of individuals who require AAC. Case studies (including video) are used to illustrate effective interventions.
In this podcast, Melanie Fried-Oken talks about Brain Computer Interface and how this emerging technology will help people with ALS and others who are “locked in” communicate with the world and have a higher quality of life.
David McNaughton and Anthony Arnold describe strategies to support employment for individuals who use AAC.
This paper emphasizes the need to take a more holistic view of communication intervention and highlights the following key principles to guide AAC intervention and research (download available)
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.
Howard Shane and Meghan OBrien describe the use of the Visual Immersion Program to develop the comprehension and expressive language skills of individuals with autism
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.