AAC Talks

AAC Talks 2024 - Elevating Voices: Empowerment Through AAC
 
May 10, 2024

Join us for the sixth annual AAC Talks Web Conference on Friday, May 10th! This event offers evidence-based practices, practical ideas, strategies, and resources to engage students with complex communication needs through augmentative-alternative communication (AAC) systems. Our theme, Elevating Voices: Empowerment Through AAC, encourages participants to explore innovative solutions and perspectives in AAC implementation, empowering students and amplifying their voices across diverse settings. National and local presenters will discuss a variety of topics including the importance of person-centered practices honoring the uniqueness of individuals, how a variety of communication partners can be empowered to support the use of a range of communication methods, evidence-based practices, and practical ideas on how to develop and implement lessons that include a variety of AAC strategies and devices.
 
Objectives:

  1. List of at least two evidence-based ideas for increasing communication and active engagement in each environment (i.e., home, school, community).
  2. Identify three evidence-based communication partner strategies for increasing independence and fostering connections across activities or settings.
  3. Describe three evidence-based ways to seamlessly integrate AAC into existing routines, thereby enhancing language and social interaction skills.

Before the Conference:Datesaver for the AAC talks Spring Web Conference Elevating Voices: Empowerment Through AAC May 10, 2024

  • Conference Schedule and Session Information - Coming Soon!
  • About Continuing Education Credits - Coming Soon!
  • Registration Link - Coming Soon!

People Who Should Attend::

  • Teachers
  • Administrators
  • Speech-language pathologists
  • School psychologists
  • Behavior analysts
  • Teachers of the visually impaired
  • Related services professionals
  • Consultants
  • Training and consultation staff
  • Early interventionists
  • Paraprofessionals
  • Family members
  • Anyone supporting those who need augmentative/alternative communication