AAC Training – Calling all Clinicians! Are you looking to get an overview of the various methods by which individuals with multiple disabilities access augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices? PRC is providing their AllAccess Class at Cotting School, Free of Charge! SLPs, ATs, OTs, SPED Teachers and clinicians can all benefit from this conference. This AAC Training provides invaluable insight & education, therefore you should attend!
Normally $250, Free to attendees!
Hurry only 15 spaces are available!
When: May 17th & 18th, 8AM-4PM
Where: Cotting School
How do I register? Please contact Kassi Rollins via email to register.
Kassi Rollins, MS CCC-SLP
Prentke Romich Company
Voicemail: (800) 262-1984 ext. 149
About the Conference:
This course is an interactive and hands-on overview of the various methods by which individuals with multiple disabilities access augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices. Strategies and considerations that impact language learning and ultimately the ability to communicate with AAC is also reviewed. Through demonstration, video examples and hands-on experience, participants will explore eye gaze technology, infrared sensing (head tracking), joystick and alternative mouse control, single and multiple switch control, and touch access for AAC devices. AAC Training & Cotting School go hand in hand,
Chip Clarke, MS, CCC/SLP, Assistive Technology Works (ATW)
Learn more about the Full Schedule, CEU credits and Presenter Bio HERE
Learn More About Cotting School’s Outreach Program – Cotting Consulting where you can read about AAC, AT & Educational Evaluations & Services provided in your school district.
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication Evaluation & Services
- Assistive Technology Evaluation & Services
- Student Evaluation: Communication & Occupational Therapy
- Professional Development for general and special educators
- Direct Student Instruction
- Program Consultation
- Individual Case Consultation
- Equipment Rental
- Embedded Staff Services
- Program Evaluation