ALP for AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication)
This is a project where I collaborate with two speech-language pathologists (SLPs) on the adaptation of the original ALP tool (Assessment of Learning Powered mobility use) for application in the field of learning how to use various equipment for AAC. Our purpose is to develop a reliable assessment tool applicable for clinicians who work in the field of access methods for AAC.
Our collaboration was initiated at the ACRM conference in Chicago 2016 and the two SLPs live and work in the U.S. Both have long experience in the AAC field and has developed an extensive network of clinicians. Sarah Wilds is affiliated to Prentke Romish Company (PRC) – Saltillo and Chip Clarke is a consultant at PRC – Saltillo.
At this point of the adaptation we share the handouts provided at conferences and workshops involving presentation of the ALP for AAC
Download handout ALP for AAC, 2 pages
More information about the ongoing collaboration can be found if you visit my profile at ResearchGate