Do you ever wish you had a better way to help an individual using AAC demonstrate what they know? Especially those individuals with complex bodies? You know they have the potential – but how do you help them actualize it in academics and/or communication interactions? Tobii Dyanvox’s Gaze Viewer may be a great solution to help you do just that. This software can provide concrete evidence of your AAC user’s skill level and cognition in a variety of contexts. Join us and our special guest Erin Sheldon of Assistiveware and leader in the Angelman syndrome family community to learn how to apply Gaze Viewer with individuals with complex bodies who require AAC.
Date & Time: Wednesday, December 19, 2018 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET