Snap Scene is research-based!

Published: 07/12/2017 17:00

Want to read about the research behind Snap Scene?  Visit www.psukids.com for information regarding the study conducted by Dr. Janice Light and Dr. Kathryn Drager.

If you interested in reading more related research articles, see the Why it Works section of Pathways.  There you will find a collection of Myths and Articles-at-a-Glance.  Some examples include:

  • Myth - AAC will negative impact speech and language development
  • Myth - AAC should not be used with children who have some speech
  • Myth - Use of AAC can be started too young
  • Myth - Communication skills can’t be learned in play
  • Article-at-a-glace – Considerations based on children’s language organization and access
  • Article-at-a-glace – Effect of adults touching and using AAC on vocabulary of children with little or no speech

Related blog posts

Previous blog posts

2017

December

November

October

September

August

July

June

May

April

© Copyright 2018 Tobii Dynavox

Terms & ConditionsLegal NoticePrivacy Policy