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The purpose of this project was to create an accessible online resource for families with the following goals: teach families how to create a low-tech AAC board that is simple to assemble; educate parents how to use the AAC board during shared book reading; provide parents with strategies to...
A new aerosol particle classiﬁer, the Aerodynamic Aerosol Classifier (AAC), is presented with some of its applications. The instrument uses a centrifugal force and sheath flow between two concentric rotating cylinders to produce a monodisperse aerosol classified by aerodynamic diameter. Since...
Linguistic and Social Experience During an Online Mentoring Program for Young Adults Who Use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) DevicesDownload
Individuals who use speech generating communication devices (SGCDs) are described in the literature as having limited expressive linguistic competence due to limited functional practice, and limited skills in social competence due to limited social experience. Many individuals who use SGCDs in...
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices are special purpose electronic devices that generate speech output and are used by individuals who have specialized communication needs instead of voice communication. Word prediction, including context specific prediction has been proposed...
The benefits of an immersive Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Camp experience for Rehabilitation Medicine studentsDownload
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) camps provide opportunities for children who use AAC, and their families, to build communication skills in a short-term intensive format. Students in graduate rehabilitation medicine programs are often utilized as counsellors at these camps, but...