Let's talk about Augmentative Alternative Communication! Speaker and speech language pathologist, Camber Moulton, M.S., CCC-SLP, ATP, will lead participants through a plethora of Augmentative Alternative Communication strategies on Sept. 10 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. at Oakdale School. This course will provide hands on opportunities to take the mystery out of A.A.C. We will demonstrate alternative methods to increase communication from low tech picture symbols to high tech devices. We will explore the myths surrounding the use of AAC and discuss strategies to increase functional communication. Participants will leave with an arsenal of information to use immediately with individuals with limited verbal communication skills.
1. Participants will define the continuum of AAC strategies and devices.
2. Participants will explore communication strategies to increase meaningful exchanges.
3. Participants will describe core vocabulary and create vocabulary lists to implement.
4. Participants will identify barriers to communication and generate resources to overcome obstacles.
Camber Moutlon, M.S., CCC-SLP, ATP is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the Communication Sciences and Disorders department in the College of Allied Health at Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center. Camber grew up in Oklahoma City and attended the University of Oklahoma where she earned her M.S. in Communication Disorders. She is a licensed speech language pathologist and assistive technology professional. She previously worked for specialist, Oklahoma City Public Schools and Edmond Public Schools as a school speech language pathologist and assistive technology consultant. She currently supervises speech language pathology students at teh John W. Keys Speech and Hearing Center and the ILEAP program and teaches Augmentative Methods of Communication and Autism Spectrum Disorders
When: September 10, 2016
Time: 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.,
Where: Oakdale Schools, 10901 N. Sooner Rd., Edmond, OK 73013
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Dr. Hubbard joined the UCO Department of Psychology as an assistant professor in 2015. She specializes in working with children with autism and applied behavior analysis. Hubbard is a Licensed Health Service Provider in the State of Oklahoma, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Currently, she provides consultation to school districts and families in Oklahoma to reduce behavioral disruptions in the classroom and reduce skill deficits.