*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.


Diversity in AAC Apps

April 28, 2021 7:00 – 8:00 pm ET

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Presenters: Jill D’Braunstein, M.A., CCC-SLP,  Alma Partida, M.A., CCC-SLP, Christina Royster, EdD, CCC-SLP

Moderator:  Stephanie Meehan

Currently, culturally diverse AAC users are unable to create a personal likeness representing their identity. Personalized programming may consist of adding pronunciations, additional vocabulary, dialectal differences, custom symbols, code-switching capabilities, and more. Our presentation will cover what is currently available in 3 of the top AAC apps, workaround strategies, and needs for further development. 

Seminar Objectives:  Participants will learn: 1. How does the availability of diverse features relate to and impact AAC users? 2. Child development in personal awareness 3. Feature Matching 4. Current diversity and workarounds within AAC apps 5. Future developments on the horizon

Presenter Disclosures

Financial: Jill is the owner of JDB Speech Language Services. Christina is the owner of Play on Words Therapy, LLC and employed by Montgomery County Public Schools. Alma is employed by Santa Cruz City Schools

Non-Financial: None.

** ASHA CEUs will be available for this webinar **


Making Films to Connect and Share Stories

April 30, 2021 11:00 am ET

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Presenters:  Mascha Legel and Dr.  Chris Norrie, Cam on Wheels Studio, University of Dundee and Radboud University Nijmegen; Jelle van Kleef, Cam on Wheels Studio; Kevin Williams, Chair, ISAAC LEAD Committee

During an interactive seminar, the advantages of film as a practical AAC tool for storytelling are explored. There will be an opportunity to learn about filming, editing and interviewing techniques. During the seminar, people are invited to apply to the ISAAC – Cam on Wheels crew. These reporters make video reports for the ISAAC YouTube channel. Studio Cam on Wheels will assist in the filmmaking and manage the ISAAC – Cam on Wheels YouTube channel.

Note:  There is an option for a workshop for children.

Webinar Objectives:
1.  Using self-created film in personal and professional storytelling
2.  AAC-technology and Audio-visual filmmaking
3.  How to become an ISAAC – Cam on Wheels reporter, and maybe a filmmaker for the ISAAC Film Festival in 2021.

Cam on Wheels is a film production house run by young people with and without disabilities. They offer A-V production and training.

** None of the participants have any relevant financial or non-financial disclosures **

Important Update for 2021:

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.

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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