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Applications of Future Trends in AAC

Course Number
1307
Price
49.99
Overview

Presenter: Lucas Steuber, MS, MA-T
What are best practices for AAC? Discover what researchers and manufacturers are developing in the next several years. Discuss the implications of assisted technology as a whole, in light of a society that increasingly connected. This course will cross all medical diagnosis and levels of ability from preverbal to adults with attention and memory deficit.

Objective

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Define the nature of “replacement” in terms of assistive technology, from supplanting a lost biological capacity to creating a new one
  • Differentiate the ways that alternative and augmentative technology can progress in the near and long-term future. 
  • Discuss resources for best practice implementation 
  • Describe a variety of cognitive and environmental prosthetics employed by an adult diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
About Lucas: Editor in Chief of Speechscience.org and the SpeechScience Podcast. Lucas is an AAC specialist and consultant in Portland, OR. He serves as the Director of Clinical Research and Development for Avaz Freespeech. He regularly presents worldwide to speech pathologists and other related health professionals, in additional to writing extensively about and specializing in language and social thinking in pervasive disorders such as Autism Spectrum Disorder as well as Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).

Learn more about Lucas and Speech Science at speechscience.org

Additional Information


This course is offered for 0.2 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area)



Course Timeline:
10 min:  Brief history of AAC
60 min:  What are researchers and manufacturers developing in the near future?
40 min:  Application of current research in real examples
10 min:  Question and Answer

Disclosure Statement for Lucas Steuber:
Financial: Lucas Steuber is a speaker for Video Continuing Education and receives royalties. Nonfinancial: No relevant nonfinancial relationships exist.

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