North Carolina Augmentative Communication Association

2014 Conference

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“Practical Strategies for Teaching AAC: Language for Life”
February 20th & 21st, 2014
Durham Convention Center, Durham, North Carolina

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Keynote Speaker: Carole Zangari

Dr. Zangari is a professor of SLP at Nova Southeastern University where she teaches AAC classes at the master's and doctoral levels, supervises AAC clinical services to children and adults, and administers an AAC lab. Dr. Zangari has presented and published on AAC topics in national and international venues. She is a past coordinator of ASHA’s AAC Division and co-edited Practically Speaking: Language, Literacy, and Academic Development of Students with AAC needs with Gloria Soto. She blogs on a variety of AAC and AT topics at with her colleague, Robin Parker.

You will find some of the 2014 Conference Hand-outs below for download:

Keynote:  Practical Strategies for Building Vocabulary

Developing Classroom AT Kits

NOVA chat's:  Top Dynamic AAC Devices and More!

Managing the AAC Needs of Adults

NCATP Services and Info on AT Funding

Planning to Maximize AAC Success for Complex Students

PODD Language Comparison

PODD Handout

PODD Comparison

Tech - It to the Limit

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“The North Carolina Augmentative Communication Association (NCACA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information and support to nonspeaking individuals, their families and the professionals that serve them.”