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Three top Speech-Language Pathologists and their guests demystify technology in special education.
Traci Peplinski: Funding Options for AAC
Jill Senner & Matt Baud: Teaching Communication Partners to Model Effectively
Betsy Furler: Running a Successful Private Practice
Carrie Baughcum: Using Drawing to Teach Language
Nicole Wingate & Angie Sheets: Using Videos to Teach Core Vocabulary
Barbara Fernandes: CEO of SmartyEars, Developer, and “GeekSLP” Blogger
Stacey Landberg: Should we Limit Screen Time for Young AAC Users?
Calum Hartley: Why Do Some Children Have Difficulty Understanding Pictures?
Tabi Jones-Wohleber: Supporting Communication Partners in the Classroom
Rachael Langley: AAC Specialist, Educator, and Conference Co-Founder
Carole Zangari: AAC Educator and Co-Founder of Praactical AAC
Susan Berkowitz: How can we Support AAC in the Summer?
Gideon Grossman: Inventor of Noisybands
Eric Sanders: How do we Support Reading and Writing Skills with AAC?
Chris Klein: Why Does Motor Planning Matter in AAC?
Scott Badesch, CEO of the Autism Society of America
Roundtable: When Should We Start Using AAC?
Ellen Winchester & Andrea Gardner: Building On Demand and Interactive Supports for Communication Partners, Students, and the Community
AAC Agreements: Universal Principles for AAC Intervention