Elizabeth (Libby) Rush, “Engaging your AACs who use AAC in AAC”

Image of Libby RushNow that title needs a little bit of explaining for those of you who weren’t able to attend Libby’s session. The full title is, “Engaging your AACs (Adolescent & Adult Communicators) who use AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) in AAC (Age-Appropriate Communication).

During this interview, Libby focuses on an overview of her presentation, as well as things to consider when working with older users of AAC devices.

Click the following link to listen to the interview in your web browser, or subscribe through your favorite MP3 aggregator.

Libby Rush’s Interview

11:28 minutes, 10.5 MB

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