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iCan Communicate: Expanding Service Delivery Models to Include Telepractice

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Communication partner instruction has long been considered an important component of AAC intervention programs, and there is an increasing body of literature supporting the effectiveness of targeting the communication skills of parents of children with complex communication needs. This session will present the results of an investigation designed to examine outcomes of a parent intervention program entitled iCan Communicate. Findings will be presented for this 3-week instructional program incorporating both face-2-face and telepractice AAC intervention sessions with young children using AAC and their parents. A detailed clinical program description will be presented along with overall findings, clinical implications, and directions for future research.

Author(s):

Erika Timpe    
University of Central Florida/ Our Children's Academy
United States

Jennifer Kent-Walsh    
University of Central Florida
United States

Nancy Harrington    
University of Central Florida
United States

Linda Lavadia    
University of Central Florida
United States

Judith Vazquez    
University of Central Florida
United States

 

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