Join us as we showcase specific tools supporting communication about the COVID-19 virus and the unique circumstances involved. Resources presented will include supporting a communicator with COVID-19, supporting communication at home, as well as tools for virtual therapy and instruction. We will demonstrate how these resources can be used in hospitals, home, education and therapy…
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 7:00-8:00 PM EDT SEMINAR DESCRIPTION: This seminar will explore the various cultural attitudes toward people with AAC needs, and how clinicians, especially AAC specialists, can empower those individuals in relation with their autonomy, independence, and sense of self. The speaker’s life experiences will be integrated throughout this discussion of how ableism…
Individuals with Aphasia can successfully augment their communication with high tech systems. Individuals with Aphasia are motivated to communicate with others, especially in the types of interactions that are important to them.
Join us for a panel discussion with Nicole Tripp, Judith Schoonever, and
A dynamic panel discussion between Alma Partida, Jilll D’Braunstein,
and Christina Royster about issues of diversity and equity in the field of AAC with bonus content from Yoosun Chung, an important and timely
Lew Golinker will host a discussion on current advocacy topics, specificallyrelated to funding and insurance. This webinar will begin at 6 PM CST/7 PM EST and run for one hour. Certificate of Attendance_USSAAC_May2021 ASHA CEU Participant Form_Blank CE courses are available for Free to USSAAC/ISAAC members only. Non-member pay $25 for each webinar.
Vicki Clarke from Dynamic Therapy Associates will guide us through making determinations during AAC assessments that may seem small but potentially have big consequences.
Presenter: Lance McLemore Lance McLemore has been using AAC in one form or another since 2009. He currently uses an Accent 1000 from PRC with LAMP Words for Life. He graduated with a BA from the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He is an ambassador for PRC and the Center for AAC and Autism. He…
About the Presenter: Janet Callahan, parent and Mechanical engineer with nearly 10 years supporting an AAC user. Novice homeschool teacher and Lakota language learner. Seminar Description: A discussion on Indigenous languages, bilingual AAC, and “heritage languages." Moderated by: Betsy Caporale Participants Will: 1. Become familiar with heritage and indigenous languages. 2. Learn about the needs…
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