Webinar - Live - Ask the Expert Series: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) For Autistic Individuals Part 5: Problem Solving and Generalization of the AAC
Ask the Expert Series: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) For Autistic Individuals with Tracie Lindblad
Many individuals with autism experience challenges with communication in varying degrees. Many will experience significant challenges with spoken communication at least some of the time. There are other methods of communication which may assist the individual in communicating their wants and needs and participating more fully in the environments around them.
This webinar series will outline the steps needed for choosing, introducing, teaching, evaluating, and encouraging expanded use for an AAC system for an autistic individual who would benefit from increasing their communication skills.
Part 5: Problem Solving and Generalization of the AAC
In this webinar, through a series of case presentations, participants will learn some useful tips to help with problem solving when typical errors or issues occur during AAC use. Expanding AAC use across people, activities, and environments will also be discussed.
This webinar is appropriate for families and caregivers of autistic children and youth, as well as professionals working with autistic children.
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Tracie Lindblad, M.Sc., Reg. SLP (CASLPO), M.Ed., BCBA
Tracie is a dually credentialed Speech-Language Pathologist and Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA®) with over 35 years’ experience working within school settings, not-for-profit agencies, and private practice. She has extensive experience working with children, youth, and adults with developmental disabilities, severe problem behaviour, autism, complex communication needs, and dual diagnosis. Tracie blends her skills from speech-language pathology, education, behaviour analysis, research, and business to increase client outcomes and has worked with clients and companies throughout North America, Europe, and the UK. Tracie is actively involved in applied research across the fields of speech-language pathology and behaviour analysis and has been fortunate to be involved in large cross-sector research studies involving individuals with developmental disabilities, autism, and aphasia. She also currently serves as a director on several Boards for organizations in Ontario.
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