Godfrey Nazareth describes his experiences as a person with a diagnosis of ALS, and his ...
This presentation will review the research and development activities associated with the Visual Scenes Display ...
Melanie Fried-Oken describes her research on AAC intervention for people with primary progressive aphasia.
Janice Light describes evidence-based literacy intervention for three individuals with autism.
Michael B. Williams, a long time practitioner of the art of augmented communication, uses historical ...
The AAC Learning Center is a free educational resource on augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), and provides presentations by persons who use AAC, short lectures by AAC researchers, and links to information on AAC. Please visit the AAC Learning Center Moodle for supports for coursework in AAC.
Tracy Rackensperger describes the importance of AAC supports for her many employment, independent living, and recreational activities, and areas in which she would like to see improvements in AAC technology.
Rob Rummel-Hudson describe the dangers of limited expectations, and the importance of opportunities and equity, in achieving meaningful outcomes for his daughter, Schuyler.
Godfrey Nazareth describes his use of AAC to pursue his goals in work and society
Chris Klein describes how his regular use of a consistent access and vocabulary coding system has resulted in effective and efficient use of his AAC system.
Anthony Arnold describes his use of AAC to support full participation in employment, community living and recreation, and provides ideas for the future development of AAC technology.
In this interview with Dr Melanie Fried-Oken, Greg Bieker describes his communication strategies and his role in working with the Oregon Health and Science University BCI research team.