Assistive Communications Technologies is excited to welcome three new members to the Bridges/ACT development team.
We recently entered into academic collaboration with two professors of the Department of Child and Family Studies at the University
of South Florida, Dr. Kimberly Crosland, Ph.D., BCBA-D, and Dr. Catia Cividini-Motta, Ph.D., BCBA-D. Both are Board Certified Behavior Analysts with extensive work in assessing the efficacy of AAC tools to serve special needs populations.
We are proud also to welcome Master’s Degree Candidate Taylor Randall. She will be the one conducting data collection and analysis on Bridges App as a part of her Master’s Thesis.
We’ve been at it for over 3 years. What started out as a casual conversation between Brenda, Albert, and their spouses keeps growing. We are supported by a community of dozens of professionals and friends dedicated to a world where all people can express their deepest feelings with confidence and pride
We wish the best for Taylor and all those supporting her academic work. They intend to publish their findings toward the end of this school year, hopefully around May of 2018.
Follow our blog at http://www.assistivect.com for periodic updates and other interesting items of behavioral and speech/hearing interest from ACT.
And of course…
(from two proud alumni)