Phonemes, Decisions, Identification, Services, Eye Tracking and Assessment!

Phonemes, Decisions, Identification, Services, Eye Tracking and Assessment. This is the range of diverse topics that members of the team will be presenting at the ISAAC 2014 conference later this month. ISAAC is the international conference relating to Augmentative Communication.
The Barnsley AT team is pleased to have had six papers accepted for this prestigious conference. A summary of all the papers is below. If you are attending ISAAC, please come and find Simon or Andrea to chat about these topics!
The work being presented at ISAAC has been supported by Devices For Dignity and Sparks Charity

Here is what we are talking about:

SpeakerID – The potential for speaker identification to improve the effectiveness of aided communication.

The Makeup Of Services Providing AAC In England And The Level Of Use Of AAC – A Survey Of English Services.

How do we make decisions about symbolic vocabularies for communication?

Using Phonemes to Construct Utterances for Aided Communication

Use of eye-tracking technology in assessment of children with cerebral palsy – insights into utility

Assessing Functional Gaze Control Skills in Young Children with Cerebral Palsy