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Introductory – Assumes little or no familiarity with the literature and professional practice within the areas covered.
An introductory discussion on how to implement AAC in your practice with Autistic individuals and across various settings.
We ask that people respect that this presentation is only 45 minutes and will be limited to the above learning objectives.
Megan Wood Pagonis, M.Sc., S-LP(C)
Megan Wood Pagonis has been involved as an SLP with AAC for adults for the past 16 years in home and community care and re-joined the ACCS team in January 2023. Megan is also an Assistant Clinical Professor for McMaster University’s School of Rehabilitation Science Speech-Language Pathology program.
Samantha Dame, MSLP
Samantha Dame is an SLP who has worked with autistic individuals and their families to best support their functional communication and feeding needs for over 10 years, in a variety of environments, including homes, daycares, schools, and children’s treatment centers.
Jen McGibbon is a CDA with over 30 years’ experience working with autistic children. The past 13 years of her career has focused on AAC, both as a service provider with the Children’s Treatment Network and as an AAC instructor for Georgian College’s CDA program.
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