A heartfelt THANK YOU TO RIPHAH UNIVERSITY and its speech and language pathology department as well as the organizers who created this excellent event!

 

It was an enormous honor to be invited to speak at the very first conference on Augmentative and Alternative Communication in the country of Pakistan! A huge thanks also to Riphah university for their generous hosting and to the Speech-Language University Department and Ayesha Butt in particular for her skill and patience in organizing the event. Finally, I am of course humbled and thrilled to speak among thought leaders such as David Baynes.

Please do not hesitate for a moment to contact me if you have questions, concerns, requests, or anything else that I can do for you. My life's work is to train, educate, develop, and ultimately improve outcomes in AAC both at home and abroad. There is no question too small or too large; please reach out and I will do my best either to provide an answer myself or to find someone who can. First here, I'll provide free links to the two conference sessions I presented; after that, I'll provide my contact information with an open-door policy and a host of printable resources, training materials, and bonus clinical videos that could help inform your own strategies.

Working on the next project ...

Working on the next project ...

Nonprofit and Family Advocacy

Nonprofit and Family Advocacy


Part One: A Philosophical Overview of AAC

Part Two: Avaz and FreeSpeech


CONTACT INFORMATION

 I can be reached at www.lukesteuber.com, luke@lukesteuber.com, or my personal cell, 541-321-9667. I can also probably be found on Facebook if you look hard enough! If I don't reply promptly, that simply means that I am with a student or otherwise occupied and will return your call or email as soon as I can. I am always happy to consult, chat, or otherwise offer advice either to you as a clinician, family member, school team, or all of the above. I'm also happy to review goals for individualized education. 

My availability is limited but I promise I'll do my best to find out the answers to questions I don't know, refer you to those who do if I need to, and provide constant communication - even to international clients. Language is a beautiful gift, and any part I can play in helping to foster and grow the skills of a child is hugely rewarding for me.

Even if you aren't local, feel free to reach out as my strategy is often to consult from a distance in order to help build a plan as unique as your child. In the past year I have either worked remotely with - or traveled directly to - students in six different countries.

If, after having seen these resources and heard my talks, you feel compelled to make some financial contribution, please know that even a small contribution can help to ensure that the maximum number of people can learn about - and have access to - the tools they need to find their voice.

 
Please consider making a small contribution to our effort to help train parents and educators worldwide help children to find their voice
 

Finally, if you have a moment ...

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Were my videos what you expected them to be?
Were my videos what you expected them to be?
When you first walked in, did you expect to hear about symbolic language, for example?
Video 1: Augmentative and Alternative Communication as a Gateway to Literacy
Video 2: AVAZ and FreeSpeech
Were my videos useful to you?
Were my videos useful to you?
Video 1: Augmentative and Alternative Communication as a Gateway to Literacy through Symbolic Representation
Video 2: AVAZ and FreeSpeech
... if anything!
I'm sure I messed up somewhere ...

Free printable posters!

The Five Domains of Language

The Five Domains of Language

 
Communication is More than Requesting

Communication is More than Requesting

 
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