*Unless otherwise indicated, all ISAAC International webinars are recorded and will be made available in the Archived Webinars section for viewing.

Information on ASHA CEUs for USSAAC webinars can be found on the USSAAC website, here

To request from ISAAC International a hosted or sponsored webinar, please return this form-fillable PDF with details of your proposed webinar and preferred time slot, to franklin@isaac-online.org.

PLEASE NOTE:  A copy of the form MUST first be downloaded and saved to your local computer prior to completing.


Getting Families On Board via Tele-AAC with Avaz

Sponsored Webinar for International AAC Awareness Month

October 4, 2021 8:30 – 9:30 PM ET

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Lalitha Nagarajan

Moderator & Presenter:  Lalitha Nagarajan, Head, Customer Success, AVAZ

Lalitha Nagarajan currently heads the Customer Success team for AVAZ. She has been working with the company for the past ten years, serving as the primary interface between the customer and the product. She has worked closely with several parents, speech therapists, and special educators in the area of communication for children with speech difficulties. She is an engineer by education and a software professional.

Niveditha, Avaz

Presenter:  Niveditha Ryali, Consultant Speech Language Pathologist, AVAZ

Niveditha Ryali is a Speech Language Pathologist who has 16 years of learning experience that comes from working in NHS(UK), special schools, hospitals, and private practice. She is passionate about working on improving speech, language and swallowing skills in children and adults. She also strives to facilitate early communication in children with complex communication needs, thereby improving parent-child bonding.

Nayantara Nambiar, Avaz

Presenter:  Nayantara Nambiar, Consultant Speech Language Pathologist, AVAZ

Nayantara Nambiar is a Speech Language Pathologist trained in India and Australia. She is passionate about supporting people with communication and swallowing difficulties. Equipped with experience in rehabilitation, school, and early intervention settings, she strives to provide a holistic intervention approach tailor-made for her clients and their families.

Webinar Description:  Speech Language Pathologists Niveditha Rayali and Naynatara Nambiar talk about effective teletherapy strategies that helped create more family buy-in and engagement. They share a few tested practices and activity ideas that help in generating more parental involvement. The webinar also includes Lalitha Nagarajan of Avaz Inc, explaining user-friendly features of the Avaz AAC app that have helped families implement AAC at home.

Webinar Objectives:   Participants will learn, 

  1.  Teletherapy strategies for training parents, to make them more effective communication partners;
  2.  Features of Avaz AAC app to help parents customize the app more effectively for their child’s needs;
  3.  Fun activity ideas to include family members in the AAC user’s communication journey.


Meet Me Where I Am:

Ramps to Cognitive & Physical Access of High Tech AAC Following Acquired Brain Injury

Sponsored Webinar for International AAC Awareness Month

October 13, 2021 7:00 – 8:00 PM ET

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Presenter:  Jill Adlin, M.A., CCC-SLP

Jill Adlin, Control Bionics Webinar

Jill Adlin is a licensed Speech Language Pathologist who has served in a variety of settings including home health, schools, nursing homes and private clinics. Her passion for AAC started 14 years ago when she served children with complex needs at the Ft. Sanders Education Development Center in Knoxville, TN. Jill served as SLP/MC specialist on AT teams in Tennessee and North Carolina before coming to Control Bionics. She has particular interest in the issue of AAC Abandonment. Jill is focused on working collaboratively with individuals who use AAC and their teams to ensure appropriate support of their communication device – so that no device is left sitting on a shelf.

If she is not with her clients, Jill is happiest when she is with her dog and family on an adventure that involves new places, food and music.

Webinar Description:  In this webinar, we will discuss current advancements and best practices for the provision of AAC services to adolescents and adults with acquired brain injury. We will address common cognitive and physical access limitations in acquired brain injury populations and options for overcoming these challenges to promote effective high-tech AAC use. Information and strategies may also apply to individuals with developmental causes of brain injury as well.

Webinar Objectives:
1.  3 innovative strategies for improving motivation for social AAC use in acquired brain injury.

2.  3 innovative physical access options for individuals with acquired brain injury.

3. Considerations for AAC language display design specific to the acquired brain injury population.


AAC & Heritage Languages

A USSAAC / ISAAC International Webinar

October 20, 2021 7:00 – 8:00 PM ET

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Presenter:  Janet Callahan, Parent

Janet Callahan is a mechanical engineer with nearly 10 years supporting an AAC user. Novice homeschool teacher and Lakota language learner.

Webinar Description:  A discussion on Indigenous languages, bilingual AAC, and “heritage languages.”

Webinar Objectives:  Participants will learn more about the needs of users who use under-represented and low resource languages.


ISAAC has, over the course of the past number of years, developed a significant capacity to host informative and well-attended webinars. This has been done in close collaboration with our friends and partners at both ISAAC-US (USSAAC), AAIDD and, more recently, ISAAC-Canada.

Important Update:

Beginning in January 2021, the majority of archived webinars will be moved to a new location in the Members Only area portion of our website.  (A number of webinars will continue to be publicly available here.)

What this change means is that now only members will be able to access the majority of our archived webinar recordings.

Registration for the majority of upcoming new webinars will be available from within the Members Only area, and a valid ISAAC member ID number will need to be entered at time of registration.

It is our hope that many of the people who have benefited from attending or viewing our webinars will become members of ISAAC in order to continue to enjoy this significant membership benefit. 

For information on becoming a member of ISAAC, click here

Thank you!




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