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Two Case Studies Explaining the Importance of Hardware in AAC Decision Making

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Typically, Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) decisions are based on features such as the size of the display and client needs and not necessarily hardware features. This presentation presents case studies where the AAC team did not consider the importance of hardware in AAC decision making and its results and then a case study where the AAC team did consider the importance of hardware in AAC decision making and its results. Survey results indicating what factors SLPs look at when making AAC decisions are discussed.

Author(s):

Holli Steiner    
Heartspring
United States

Julie Scherz    
Wichita State University
United States

Anthony Dilollo    
Wichita State University
United States

 

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