Lew Golinker, a lawyer with the Assistive Technology Law Center, provides information on funding resources for public school students who require a speech generating device.
This presentation described an AAC prototype that integrates supplemented speech recognition.
Melanie Fried-Oken was interviewed on the topic of Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI) for the Indata podcast series.
While much has been learned in the past 30 years, there is a special need for reports of interventions with older individuals with complex communication needs as a result of acquired disabilities, and for information on effective interventions for the communication partners of persons with complex communication needs.
The purpose of this paper is to describe the use of photographic images as a basis for developing communication supports for people with chronic aphasia secondary to sudden-onset events due to cerebrovascular accidents (strokes).
This webcast reviews the research and development activities associated with the Visual Scenes Display (VSD) Project at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
The latest AT Update podcast from indata features a report on the RERC on AAC
Godfrey Nazareth, Co-Leader of Training and Dissemination for the RERC on AAC, is the recipient of the “Live Life to the Fullest” Award for 2015
This review discusses the benefits of AAC for individuals with ALS, primary progressive aphasia, or Alzheimer’s disease.
Howard Shane, Jessica Gosnell, David McNaughton, and Sam Sennot discuss the use of mobile communication technologies (e.g., the iPad) by children with complex communication needs