Caroline Musselwhite: Ten Tips for AAC Intervention
Web view still available below under registration
Come to this fast-paced session about strategies that WORK to support AAC implementation for students with disabilities.
Past Event: March 6, 2019
Smith Memorial Student Union Room 333
1825 SW Broadway, Portland, OR 97201
Dr. Caroline Musselwhite is an assistive technology specialist with more than 40 years of experience working with children and adolescents with significant disabilities in a variety of settings, including Head Start, clinics, developmental day programs, homes, and the public schools. Dr. Musselwhite has written a number of textbooks and “how-to” books on a range of topics, and has authored many books and software programs for youth with disabilities.
She has taught courses at several universities and presented thousands of workshops throughout North and South America, Australia, Europe, and Africa.
She has also supported Communication Circles and Balanced Literacy Clubs in multiple cities in the US and Canada. Honors include: Foundation Fellowship (West Virginia University), Educator of the Year (Association for Retarded Citizens, North Carolina), Honors of the Association, (North Carolina Augmentative Communication Association), DiCarlo Outstanding Clinician Award (North Carolina Speech-Language-Hearing Association), and ISAAC Fellow.
PSU SPED and Speech & Hearing Sciences students can attend for free, but still need to register.
Come to this fast-paced session about strategies that WORK to support AAC implementation for students with disabilities. These tips will provide supports for:
Beginning to more advanced communicators of all ages
Partners, including siblings, peers, and parents
Professionals, including paraprofessionals, teachers, and therapists
We will be sure to save time to answer YOUR questions! You will get a link to a dropbox with handouts and activities.