Visual Scene Display—Adult (Aphasia and Traumatic Brain Injury)


Training Type: Series 5

Description: People with chronic, severe aphasia or traumatic brain injury (TBI) face a significant challenge when communicating multiple meanings to multiple people in multiple settings. To address these challenges, DynaVox and the AAC-RERC (led by Dr. Beukelman) collaborated on a technology transfer project and are releasing an exciting new framework that allows contextually rich visual images to represent meaning and support page navigation using the DynaVox V and Vmax devices. Attend this session to learn more about this project and see the resulting framework. 


Note:  The content of this session is appropriate for all Series 5 devices (V/Vmax, V+/Vmax+, Maestro).

Length:
1 hour, 27 minutes

Presenter:
Linnea McAfoose

Format:
WebEx Video

ASHA CEUs:
No

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