Couldn’t make it to today’s presentation on iPads as Augmentative/Assistive Communication Devices by Jim Mancinelli? Read the archive of our live event coverage.
The graduate students in the Speech-Language-Hearing Science Program who have been using the iPad in treatment in our clinics have provided a brief mid-semester summary of her experience with the iPad during therapy. Their clients and patients present with various … Continued
Here’s another brief summary of that status of one of our patients using the iPad. This is an entry from Tara Brons, a first semester graduate student working with Renee: Renee has been slowly, but surely, becoming more accustomed to … Continued
Here’s a clinical note from one of our graduate students using the iPad with a dysarthric patient. Dysarthria is a speech disorder due to muscle weakness, typically a result of stroke or another type of brain injury: Torrey is continuing to … Continued
Here’s a report about our first patient user supplied by Molly O’Sullivan, the student clinician treating him in therapy. Torrey is a 25 year old male who attends our clinic. He had his first experience using the IPad as an AAC device … Continued