Do you ever wonder, “Will a device make my child stop talking?” or “How do I encourage my child to use their AAC device throughout the day?” or “How do I know if what I am doing is working?” Join us as we walk through a case study focused on how a child’s team of professionals and caregivers start to implement Pathways for Core First. By the end of this presentation, you will be able to start using Pathways for Core First to support communication outcomes for children who use augmentative and alternative communication.
- List the six components of Pathways for Core First that support improved communication outcomes for individuals who use AAC
- Describe two ways to access lesson plans to support communication skills and growth
- Name two components within Pathways for Core First that can support knowledge and best practices for the AAC team
Presenter: Erica Iffland, CCC-SLP Erica has treated, assessed, and consulted with individuals across the life-span. She has worked in early intervention, pre-school groups, out-patient pediatrics, elementary and middle school, as well as adult day program consultation and skilled nursing facility settings. She has a passion for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and is a member of the Tobii Dynavox Learning Services Team where she develops and conducts internal and customer trainings, creates implementation resources, and presents at conferences about AAC topics.
Disclosures: Financial Disclosure: Erica is a full-time employee of Tobii Dynavox. Non-financial Disclosure: Erica has no relevant non-financial relationships. Content Disclosure: Because of the unique characteristics of our product, this presentation will focus exclusively on the Tobii Dynavox product line and will not include information about other communication or educational products. Disclaimer: ASHA CE Provider approval and use of the Brand Block does not imply endorsement of course content, specific products or clinical procedures.