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Supporting Successful Transitions for Individuals who use AAC.


David McNaughton

David McNaughton,
Penn State University


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Webcast Description

This presentation will provide information on major barriers and important supports to successful transitions for individuals who use AAC. Case examples provided by individuals who use AAC will be used to illustrate transition strategies that promote positive outcomes for individuals who use AAC.

Participants in this seminar will be able to:

  • Describe valued transition outcomes for individuals who use AAC.
  • Identify major barriers to successful transitions for individuals who use AAC.
  • Identify important supports to successful transitions for individuals who use AAC.
  • Describe transition strategies that promote positive outcomes for individuals who use AAC.

 

Additional Resources
 

Augmentative Communication News: Transitions (April 2005)
This issue focuses on the effects of transition periods in life on people who use AAC tools and strategies (pdf).

 

 

 

Files

Click here to download the ASHA resource handout in PDF format. (216KB)

Slides - PDF format. (5448KB)

Handouts - PDF format. (4854KB)

Transcript - PDF format. (95KB)

Transcript - text format. (57KB)

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