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Augmentative and alternative communication: Course Outline ( SLPAA713 )

Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is an umbrella term that encompasses the communication methods used to supplement or replace speech or writing for those with impairments in the production or comprehension of spoken or written language.

Course Outline

AUGMENTATIVE AND ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION                  

Week 1

Introduction to Augmentative and alternative communication

Week 2

Diseases in which Augmentative and alternative communication is applied( Parkinson’s disease, stroke))

Week 3

Equipment used for Augmentative and alternative communication

Week 4

Assessment

Week 5

Assessment

Week 6

Treatment with different equipments

Week 7

Treatment with different equipments

Week 8

Outcome measurement

Week 9

Communication device

Visi pitch

Week 10

Macintosh

Week 11

PEC system of communication

Week 12

Cued speech

Week 13

Cued speech

Week 14

Developing communication board for children and adults with severe disability

Week 15

Developing communication board for children and adults with severe disability

Week 16

Sign language

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