Client-Centered AAC Assessment for Text-Based Supports

Review the core concepts for creating a client-centered AAC assessment for people who might benefit from text-based AAC supports.

About this course

This course reviews the core concepts for creating a client-centered augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) assessment for people who might benefit from text-based AAC supports.

Learning Outcomes:
- List two benefits of a client-centered AAC assessment
- List four steps for conducting a client-centered AAC assessment
- Identify three categories of success that support AAC decision making

Presenter: Lindsey Frohn, M.S., CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist experienced in a rehabilitation setting working with a wide variety of diagnoses and disorders including TBI, stroke, Down syndrome, and autism. Lindsey developed a passion for AAC early in her career to increase her patients’ abilities to communicate successfully. She is a member of the Tobii Dynavox Learning Team where she develops and conducts trainings, creates implementation resources, and presents at conferences about AAC topics.

Disclosures: Financial Disclosure: Lindsey is a full-time employee of Tobii Dynavox. Non-financial Disclosure: Lindsey 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.

  • Category:ASHA CEUs
  • Contact Hours:1.0
  • ASHA CEUs:0.1

This course will be offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs
(Introductory level, Professional Area).