Video of the Week: Parent-Implemented AAC Intervention for Young Children
Over 100 young children with AAC needs and their parents participated in research to look at the ways that their communication changed when families were trained to provide support. For today’s featured video, we turn to the Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium (ERLC) and the Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortia (ARPDC) to learn more about what research teams led by Drs. Maryann Romski and Rose Sevick found out. Learn about the methods and strategies they used in this archived webinar.
Many thanks to the ERLC. the ARPDC, and Drs. Romski and Sevcik for making Parent-Coached Augmented Language Intervention for Toddlers available.
Direct Link to Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=373&v=rnILKJu_ai0
Filed under: Video of the Week
Tagged With: AAC implementation, coaching, Maryann Romski, research, Rose Sevcik, young children
This post was written by Carole Zangari
Thanks for posting this! Been looking for more resources on AAC in younger children and it’s great to have this data. Would love recommendations on more resources for early AAC use.