At the 2019 ASHA Conference, Mandak and colleagues explored a new multimodal access technology which integrated eye-gaze and scanning with two adults with cerebral palsy.
Laubscher et al. examined the effects of video VSDs and instruction on communication between a child with ASD and a peer with typical development during play.
At the 2019 ASHA Conference, Barwise and colleagues used eye-tracking technology to investigate how individuals with Down Syndrome interact with AAC displays.
The TAT4AAC is a new resource to help us better understand the cognitive demands of various AAC technologies.
There will be a wide range of presentations on RERC on AAC projects at the 2019 Annual ASHA Convention in Orlando, FL.
Eddy and colleagues examined trends in inclusion and description of study participants with disabilities across six International BCI Meetings from 1999 to 2016.
Koçanaoğulları et al. (2019) introduce a novel recursive state estimation framework for BCI-based typing systems using active querying and stopping.
Holyfield et al. investigated the use of video visual scene displays (VSDs) with the Transition to Literacy (T2L) feature on the single word reading of children with multiple disabilities.
Holyfield et al. investigated the use of VSDs with dynamic text on the single-word reading of adults with IDD.
O’Neill et al. investigated visual attention to complex AAC VSDs by participants with and without developmental disabilities.