212 • 2018 ASHA CONVENTION PROGRAM BOOK As of July 31, 2018 DAY/TIME/ LOCATION/ ROOM SESSION/ AREA/ CONTENT/ LEVEL/TYPE TITLE/ AUTHOR(S) ABSTRACT TH 5:00PM-5:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech A 4008 GI ACE Introductory Prof Educ Instructional Methods Used by Academic Faculty for Community-Based Clinical Education Denise Ludwig, Grand Valley St U; Janine Schmedding-Bartley, U of Kentucky; Beth Macauley, Grand Valley St U; Courtney Karasinski, Grand Valley St U Changes in clinical education paradigms have resulted in a need to emphasize student clinical competencies as prerequisites to community- based clinical placements. A model of clinical education was developed that includes direct academic faculty instruction in community-based settings. The clinical education instructional strategies identified by academic faculty as high impact for student learning outcomes are discussed. TH 10:15AM-10:45AM Westin, Galleria Tech B 4009 SLP AAC Intermediate Prof Educ Moving Students Who Use AAC Through the Inclusion Process in School Settings Kaylyn Johnson, Scott County Schs; Laura Stone, Scott County Schs; Katelyn Slone, Scott County Schs Children who use AAC devices have unique challenges which prevent them from participating and progressing in the general education setting with their peers. This session will address evidence-based practices for peer support arrangements, building socially appropriate vocabulary, and increasing mobility and access across school environments. Strategies and videos will be shared to demonstrate the steps and strategies for implementation. TH 10:45AM-11:15AM Westin, Galleria Tech B 4010 SLP AAC Introductory Prof Educ The Research Base Informing Classroom-Based AAC Intervention Lori Geist, Ctr for Literacy & Disability Studies, UNC at Chapel Hill; Penelope Hatch, Ctr for Literacy & Disability Studies, UNC at Chapel Hill; Sofia Benson- Goldberg, Ctr for Literacy & Disability Studies, UNC at Chapel Hill; Kathryn Dorney, Ctr for Literacy & Disability Studies, UNC at Chapel Hill This session will review evidence informing a classroom-based augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) intervention targeting students with significant cognitive disabilities. Evidence regarding AAC, core vocabulary, aided language input, attributing meaning to early behaviors and naturalistic teaching environments will be presented. Participants will receive a collection of annotated bibliographies summarizing this research. TH 11:15AM-11:45AM Westin, Galleria Tech B 4011 SLP AAC Intermediate Prof Educ Language Sampling in People Who Use AAC Devices With Direct Selection: A New Approach Aine Mooney, The Ohio St U; Amy Sonntag, The Ohio St U; Allison Bean Ellawadi, The Ohio St U Language Sample Collection and Analysis (LSCA) for People Who Use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (PWUAAC) continues to have a limited presence in the literature. LSCA for PWUAAC presents with many challenges, making it difficult to obtain and analyze a language sample. This session focuses on the limitations and challenges in LSCA for PWUAAC and suggested ways to overcome them. TH 11:45AM-12:15PM Westin, Galleria Tech B 4012 SLP AAC Introductory Prof Educ Implementing Core Words with Resources from the AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom Jennifer Marden, AssistiveWare Research has shown that modeling is a key treatment modality for teaching expressive use of AAC. However, clinical experience has shown that classroom staff find modeling difficult to perform without explicit instruction on how to incorporate modeling into their existing lesson plans. AssistiveWare Core Word Classroom provides resources designed help staff modify their lesson plans with modeling in mind. TH 1:30PM-2:00PM Westin, Galleria Tech B 4013 SLP AAC Intermediate Prof Educ Home is Where the Communication Is: An AAC Service Delivery Model for Individuals With ALS Meghan O'Brien, Boston Children's Hosp; Peggy Dellea, Boston Children's Hosp Traditionally, augmentative/alternative communication (AAC) intervention for individuals with ALS is provided in the outpatient setting. This model can be ineffective in supporting the changing communication and physical access needs of people with ALS. We propose a model of intervention including home-based service provision. Case studies will be used to highlight challenges and successes related to implementation of this model. TH 2:00PM-2:30PM Westin, Galleria Tech B 4014 SLP AAC Intermediate Prof Educ Guiding Vocabulary Selection for Message Banking & Low-Tech Tools for People With ALS John Costello, Boston Children's Hosp; Andrew Mancini, MGH IHP Using patient video focused on patient and family guidance and objective message analysis, this session will provide guidance for message selection for people with ALS based on the Boston Children’s Hospital pro-active model of patient driven message banking and low-tech communication tool design. Patterns and impact on vocabulary selection for people with ALS will be detailed. TH 4:30PM-5:00PM Westin, Galleria Tech B 4015 SLP AAC Intermediate Prof Educ You Say Mand, I Say Request--Let’s Call the Whole Thing Communication: Interprofessional AAC Intervention Paul Simeone, May Inst; Sarah Frampton, May Inst; Alice Shillingsburg, May Inst Speech language pathologists and behavior analysts regularly collaborate on communication interventions for children with ASDs. The two disciplines often have contradictory approaches and lack a common knowledge base. This can result in less than optimal treatment outcomes. We present a collaborative model for AAC assessment and intervention and provide decision-making tools to guide collaborative intervention for clinicians from both fields. TH 11:45AM-12:15PM Westin, Galleria Tech D 4016 SLP ASD Intermediate Prof Educ Sex Differences in Autism: Translating Eye Tracking Data to Clinical Practice Sallie Nowell, U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Clare Harrop, U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Ashwaq Alzamel, U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Shuting Zheng, U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Desiree Jones, U of North Carolina at Chapel Hill The presenters will summarize research findings on the manifestation of autism symptoms in females with a specific focus on the use of translational research methods to understand the phenotypes of females. They will also identify specific evaluation considerations that clinicians can apply when assessing females for autism based on our emerging data. TH 6:30PM-7:00PM Westin, Galleria Tech A 4017 SLP ASD Introductory Prof Educ Autism & AAC: Expanding Beyond Requests Rachel Madel, Rachel Madel Speech Therapy Inc This course will give an overview of AAC options for children with ASD who are both verbal and non-verbal. Attendees will learn how to select appropriate vocabulary, utilize low tech supports and determine candidates for high-tech devices. Clinicians will also learn the top 10 “Cardinal Rules” to AAC implementation that encourage ASD clients to expand language beyond single word requesting.