Introduction to Non-Invasive Brain-Computer Interface Techniques for AAC

Part of the USSAAC Webinar Series

Presenter:  Kevin Pitt, M.S., ABD., CCC-SLP

Moderator: Stephanie Meehan

Individuals with neuromotor impairments such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis and locked-in syndrome can present with a range of impairments impacting AAC intervention. To help support AAC access, this seminar provides an overview of non-invasive brain-computer interface (BCI) techniques for individuals with severe physical impairment, along with assessment considerations, and future directions for integrating BCI into clinical practice.

Seminar Objectives:  To learn –

  • different non-invasive brain-computer interface techniques,
  • various considerations for brain-computer interface assessment, and
  • future directions for integrating brain-computer interfaces into clinical practice.

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