Publications

Select Articles

Sennott, S. C., Light, J. C., & McNaughton, D. (2016). Sennott, Light, & McNaughton AAC Modeling Intervention Research Review. Research and Practice for Persons with Severe Disabilities, 41, 101-115. doi:10.1177/1540796916638822

Sennott, S. C., & Mason, L. H. (2015). AAC Modeling With the iPad During Shared Storybook Reading Pilot Study. Communication Disorders Quarterly. http://doi.org/10.1177/1525740115601643

Select Books and Chapters

Sennott, S., Loman, S., Park, K. L., Pérez, L. F., Kennedy, M. J., Romig, J., & Rodgers, W. J. (2015). Comprehensive Individualized Curriculum and Instructional Design. Open Access Textbooks, Portland State University Library. Retrieved from: http://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/pdxopen/5.

Select Presentations

Sennott, S., Ferrari, R., Pebly, M., McLernon, G., Goronson, L., & Sanders, E. (December, 2015). AAC intervention: The 3T project. Accepted oral presentation, TASH annual conference, Portland, OR, December 2-4, 2015.

Sennott, S., Loman, S., Smith, A., Ferrari, R., & Sanders, E. (December, 2015). AAC intervention research symposium. Accepted oral presentation, TASH annual conference, Portland, OR.

Loman, S., & Sennott, S. (December, 2015). Modeling augmentative communication to Replace Challenging Behaviors. Accepted oral presentation, TASH annual conference, Portland, OR.

Sanders, E., Ferrari, R., & Sennott, S. (November, 2015). Vocabulary use during shared reading: Implications for AAC. Accepted poster, The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual conference, Denver, CO.

Sanders, E., Ferrari, R., & Sennott, S. (November, 2015). Inclusive Shared Storybook Reading Project. Accepted poster, The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual conference, Denver, CO.

Sanders, E., Ferrari, R., & Sennott, S. (November, 2015) Inclusive shared storybook reading focus group study. Accepted poster, The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association annual conference, Denver, CO.

Sennott, S. & Sanders, E. (November 2014). Writing research and tools for individuals who use AAC. Technical Session. ASHA conference. Orlando, FL.

Sennott, S. (2014, March) AAC Technology with AAC Modeling Interventions. Paper session presented at the meeting of the California State University Northridge (CSUN) International Technology & Persons with Disabilities Conference, Los Angeles, CA.

Sanders, E., Sennott, S., & Ferrari, R. (October, 2015). Integrating technology with teaching and theory: The 3T project. Accepted poster, The Oregon Speech-Language and Hearing Association annual conference, Portland, OR.

Sanders, E., Sennott, S., & Ferrari, R. (October, 2015). Using focus groups to inform the Inclusive Shared Storybook Reading Project. Accepted poster, The Oregon Speech-Language and Hearing Association annual conference, Portland, OR.

Sanders, E., Sennott, S., & Ferrari, R. (October, 2015). The Inclusive Shared Storybook Reading Project. Accepted oral presentation, The Oregon Speech-Language and Hearing Association annual conference, Portland, OR.

Sennott, S. & Sanders, E. (2015, February). The Inclusive Shared Storybook Reading Project Training. Oral Presentation. AT Now: Assistive Technology Conference. Salem, OR.

Sennott, S. & Sanders, E. (2014, October). Writing research and tools for individuals with autism and complex disabilities. Oral Presentation. The annual meeting of the Oregon Speech and Hearing Association, Eugene, OR.

Sennott, S. & Sanders, E. (2014, October). Making Sense of Assistive Technology for Your Young Child to Help Them Thrive. Oral Presentation. Reciprocal Learning Community, Northwest Down Syndrome Association. Portland, OR.

Ross, J., Stangel, K., Sanders, E., Sennott, S. (2014, February). Individualized Low-Tech Communication Device for a Student with ASD. Poster Presentation. AT Now: Assistive Technology Conference. Salem, OR.

Munson, H., Adair, C., Sanders, E., Sennott, S. (2014, February). Developing a Light-Tech, Low Cost Communication Device to Support a Middle School Student. Poster Presentation. AT Now: Assistive Technology Conference. Salem, OR.

Sennott, S. (2014, June). Integrating the iPad with AAC Modeling During Shared Storybook Reading and Play.  Invited Pre-conference session at the Beat the Heat Conference, Austin, Tx.

Sennott, S. (2014, April). Assistive Technology in Special Education: How to Promote Success and Access to the Curriculum for All. Paper presentation at the All Born In Conference, Portland, OR.

Sennott, S. (2014, April). iPad Fundamentals for School and Home. Paper presentation at the All Born In Conference, Portland, OR.

Sennott, S. & Loman, S. (2014, February). Behavior as Communication: Augmentative Communication as a PBS Strategy. Paper session presented at the Northwest Positive Behavior Intervention Support Conference, Portland, OR.

Sennott, S., Reuling, B., Burian, A., Callery, M. (2014, February) Universal Design for Learning in Early Childhood. Poster presentation at the AT Now Conference, Salem, OR.

Sennott, S. & Sanders, E. (2014, February). Exploring Writing and Assistive Technology for Individuals with Autism and Complex Disabilities. Paper session presented at the AT Now: Assistive Technology Conference, Salem, OR.

Sennott, S. (2013, April). Integrating the iPad with an AAC Modeling Based Shared Storybook Reading Strategy. Paper session presented at the Council for Exceptional Children Convention, San Antonio, TX.

Sennott, S. (2012, July). A meta-analysis of the effect of aided AAC modeling on communication and language performance. Technical research session presented at the meeting of the Biennial International Society of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC) Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.