Clinical AAC Research Conference
INFORMATION ABOUT THE CAAC RESEARCH CONFERENCE
The 2012 Clinical AAC (CAAC) Research Conference on September 28-30 is the sixth annual forum created specifically for clinicians and researchers engaged in the study and clinical management of people who use augmentative and alternative communication. The ultimate end goal of CAAC is to guide future AAC research in ways that will optimize the life experience of people who use AAC. CAAC offers keynote presentations by leading researchers providing unique insights into clinical research. At CAAC, participants are required to present their original research and engage in comprehensive discussions with colleagues. To encourage a program conducive to the exchange of ideas, attendance will be limited to approximately 100 people. Those wishing to attend should submit a summary of an original paper or poster.
The entire conference program will be available after acceptance notices have been sent to authors.
The 2012 Conference Chairperson is Dr. Barbara Braddock- St. Louis University and the Conference Program is Dr. Gale Rice. The CAAC Steering committee directs the conference. Steering committee members include: Lyle L. Lloyd, Chair, Ann R. Beck, Katya Hill, and Filip Loncke with assistance from Dr. D. Jeffrey Higginbotham and Dr. Richard Hurtig.
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