The Belmont University Department of Education and DynaVox Technologies, the Tennessee Association for Behavior Analysis, collaborated to offer a training on utilizing augmentative and alternative communication in the classroom for children with communication impairments. Seventy-six teachers, teacher assistants, parents, speech/language pathologists, and behavior analysts from the middle Tennessee region attended the six hour training. The training, AAC in the Classroom: Building Blocks for Success, was offered free of charge to participants.
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