Implementing Augmentative and Alternative Communication in the School Setting
This graduate course is designed for school-based speech-language pathologists and other school personnel such as occupational therapists, school psychologists, case managers, teachers, and administrators who want to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in the school setting. This course goes beyond the introduction and basics of AAC and focuses on the strategies and techniques for successfully implementing AAC instruction in the educational environment. Participants will learn about and develop strategies for assessment and intervention for AAC users of all ages, with a focus on students from preK-12.
(Available for 3 credits)
Course Number: ED 501-5400
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