Lynn Dales

University of Western Ontario.
Lynn’s graduate research is based on the use of alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) systems and how they can be used to encourage phonological and semantic development in children diagnosed with autism. There is currently little research that exists in this area and little understanding of the benefits that AAC systems may have on language development.

SAC would like to thank Community Rehab Inc. for their generous sponsorship and support of clinical research in Canada.