An Immersive Tele-AAC Program
Course Type: Self-guided, online course
Course Schedule: On demand
Course Level: Introductory (see Course Description for more information)
Course Cost: $20.00
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An Immersive Tele-AAC Program: This course is made up of four modules, with various subsections, and offers a syllabus and guide for download. The modules and sections should be completed in order as they build on one another. Each module, and the subsections within, offer learning objectives and critical thinking questions that guide the learner through the content. Complete the quiz at the end of the course to solidify your understanding (and you need to achieve a score of 80% if obtaining ASHA CEUs).
Module 1: First Steps to Creating an AAC Camp Online
Module 2: Preparing for the Stakeholders
Section 2.1: Tele-AAC Camp for the Campers
Section 2.2: Supports for Individuals Using AAC
Section 2.3: Tele-AAC Camp for the Communication Partners
Section 2.4: Tele-AAC Camp for the Clinical Team
Module 3: Implementation of the Program
Section 3.1: What Worked for Each of the Stakeholders
Section 3.2: Why and How Did it Work
Section 3.3: Challenges
Module 4: Pulling It All Together: Lessons Learned
Financial Disclosure: Hillary Jellison and Nerissa Hall are co-founders of Communicare, LLC, and are paid to provide assessment, intervention, consultation and training services through their company. Additionally, Nerissa is co-editor and contributing author for Tele-AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication through Telepractice and receives royalty payments from Plural Publishing, Inc.
Nonfinancial Disclosure: Hillary Jellison and Nerissa Hall are members of ASHA's SIGs 12 and 18 and receive no compensation as members of either special interest group. They are also members of RESNA and receive no compensation as members.
Course Content: Financial and non financial disclosures not applicable. This course makes mention of a number of commercially available AAC/AT tools/systems; however, neither the presenters nor the companies receive any financial compensation from those mentioned.
Additionally, Nerissa and Hillary mention their online camp and the online curriculum for which they are financially compensated.
Cancellation Policy: Commūnicāre, LLC reserves the right to cancel a class based on low registration. If a class is cancelled, participants will be notified and can either transfer their registration to another class or request a refund.
Refund Policy: Refunds will not be issued if a participant is unable to attend a class. However, registration may be transferred to another class, if available.
Complaint Policy: If you are not satisfied with the course you purchased, or have questions, comments or concern, please contact our Professional Development Coordinator.