Training Type: Webinar
In this workshop you will learn how we can best provide AAC supports and strategies that help the emergent communicator realize their communication potential.
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Participants are expected to be present for the entire session. No partial credit will be provided.
Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion, participants will be able to:
· Describe the communication abilities of an emergent communicator
· List two assessment tools that can be used to measure current communication abilities and identify opportunities for growth
· Describe two software solutions that can support an emergent communicator
This course will be offered for 0.1 ASHA CEUs (Introductory level, Professional Area).
Course Content Level: Introductory
ASHA CEUs: 0.1
Date & Time: Wednesday, April 29, 2020 07:00 PM - 08:00 PM ET
Cost: Free of Charge
Open Seats: 129
Presenter: Amanda Hobar
Amanda is an experienced Speech-Language Pathologist who has evaluated and treated individuals across the lifespan with a wide variety of disorders. Amanda graduated from UCLA with a B.S in Communication Studies. After graduating she provided training to nonprofits and multinational corporations. She decided to attend graduate school after a family member had aphasia. Amanda earned a M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology and has implemented low-tech and high-tech Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) solutions with pediatric and adult populations while working in private practice, K-12 education, and outpatient settings. Prior to joining Tobii Dynavox, Amanda served as the Director of Learning and Development at a private clinic. Amanda is dedicated to evidence-based practice and has contributed to published research and presented on the topics of AAC, dementia, aphasia and multicultural issues in speech-language pathology.