Meeting Archive:
AAC Evaluations

Meeting Description:

AAC Evaluations may seem daunting and time consuming.  There are several steps involved from start to finish.   When should I recommend an AAC Evaluation? How do I know when to move from low tech to high tech?  How can I streamline my evaluation process? What should I know about report writing? Participants will learn helpful tools and strategies to support conducting AAC evaluations from trials to device submission.

Level: Beginner

Following the session participants will receive:
  • A certificate of attendance
  • A 10% discount on any AbleNet Assistive Technology products (this promotion does not include curriculum products)
After you register a confirmation comes up which contains the option to add webinar to your Outlook, Lotus Notes or Google Calendars. If you "add"  it automatically adjusts to your time zone.
Date: Wed, Dec 4, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM CST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Rachell Johnson, M.C.D., CCC-SLP
 Presenter Information
Rachell Johnson, M.C.D., CCC-SLP
Speaker Photo

Rachell Johnson has a Bachelor’s (BA) in Speech Pathology from Columbia College, SC and a Masters in Communication Disorders (MCD) from the U Of SC School Of Public Health. 


I have 14 years experience in the field of speech language pathology and have worked as an expert with assistive technology since 2011.  I served as the Pediatric and Adult Neuro AAC Specialist for an outpatient rehab center, transitioning to working with AT and ALS patients with the MN/ND/SD Chapter of the ALS Association's Herbek Sing AT Program as well as consulting for the MN Technology for Home Grant. This led me to become the AT Program Manager of the DC/MD/VA Chapter of ALS Association and working as an AT Team Lead for a school district.  I enjoy teaching, and have presented at Closing the Gap, a national AT conference, 6 times from 2013-2018 as well as a host of other AT symposiums and webinars. Working with eye-gaze users of all ages is just one of my interests and specialty areas under the umbrella of AT.