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ECHO AAC – Alternative and Augmentative Communication

Target Audience

Anyone who is interested in alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) including: educators, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, family members, and self-advocates.

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Description and Aims

ECHO AAC aims to maximize outcomes for individuals who use AAC. Sessions support connection and knowledge sharing among individuals who use AAC, their families, and support professionals through a combination of presentations and case-based learning.

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Schedule & Registration

Participants register for each session, based on interest. No upcoming sessions scheduled. To receive notification when new ECHO AAC sessions are scheduled, please send an email with your name and interest to:

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Session Topics

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  • An Augmented Communicator’s Experience
  • Providing culturally-responsive practice for children who rely on AAC
  • Incorporating beginning communication strategies in daily strategies
  • From school to home – ways to include all!
  • Bringing AAC language learning home

Expert Team

Jennifer Seale, PhD, CCC-SLP

Position title: Clinic Director

Abygail Marx, MS, CCC-SLP

Position title: Speech-Language Pathologist

Lauren Hammer, MS, CCC-SLP

Position title: Speech-Language Pathologist

Theresa Cassel, MOTR/L, ATP

Position title: Occupational Therapist

Anne Hinker, MS, CCC-SLP

Position title: Speech Language Pathologist