Implementing Augmentative and Alternative Communication for Adults

Green Clock Hours: 1.00

This course is designed to help educate the speech-language pathologist on best practices and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) interventions for adults with complex communication disorders and acquired disabilities. An overview of AAC systems and strategies will be discussed as well as frequently used terminology within the field of AAC. You will explore some of the most common diagnoses encountered with speech-generating device (SGD) implications. The content in this course will also highlight key assessment considerations as well as models of intervention for several commonly acquired speech disorders, including ALS, MS, Guillain-Barré Syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, and brainstem stroke.

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This course is designed to help educate the speech-language pathologist on best practices and augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) interventions for adults with complex communication disorders and acquired disabilities. An overview of AAC systems and strategies will be discussed as well as frequently used terminology within the field of AAC. You will explore some of the most common diagnoses encountered with speech-generating device (SGD) implications. The content in this course will also highlight key assessment considerations as well as models of intervention for several commonly acquired speech disorders, including ALS, MS, Guillain-Barré Syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, and brainstem stroke.

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