PRC believes in providing single words for novel communication. In this two-hour product training (held over two days) participants will learn about the three levels of LAMP WFL- 84 1-hit, 84 transition and 84 full. The first segment will discuss the difference between LAMP and LAMP WFL. In addition, LAMP WFL 1-hit will be explored. The second segment will cover LAMP WFL transition/full and discuss a variety of tools and strategies for teaching. Hands-on practice is encouraged throughout the class, so come prepared to learn and practice.
Please note, to learn operations and programming for your Accent® take Accent: Operations and Programming. For operations and programming on the PRiO or LAMP WFL app for iPad please visit http://aacapps.com/lamp/
Beth Waite-Lafever has her Bachelors and Masters in speech-language pathology and over 30 years of experience working with individuals using AAC. She has her RESNA ATP, which means she is certified as an assistive technology professional. Beth has worked in outpatient rehabilitation, public school, taught university courses and has presented on AAC at the national and international level. Currently she is in private practice working directly with individuals with significant communication deficits, providing professional development for schools/agencies, and consulting with public schools regarding curriculum and services to support students using AAC.
Financial: Beth Waite-Lafever is contracted by the Prentke Romich Company.
Nonfinancial: No relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.
I am a parent who found this training very valuable. It is important for parents to understand this as much as it is for the professionals who are working with my son. Pam C.
This course is great if you are looking to learn how the vocabulary of WFL is organized and how to search for items that you cannot find. The muscle memory premise behind WFL makes so much sense! Kylee H.