Diversity in AAC

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

Advocacy for AAC

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.

AAC Speaker Connection Launch – September 8th

The AAC Speaker Connection AAC Speaker Connection (USSAAC) is a web-based portal enabling businesses, schools, organizations, and other entities to find and engage individuals who use AAC as invited speakers for their classroom, organization, clinic, workshop, conference, or other event. Topics will vary, but may include perceptions, opinions, strategies, tools, and personal and professional experiences. …

AAC & Heritage languages

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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