Using the I-ASC heuristic and resources to support decision making in AAC, Room 2.18/2.19, Brooks Building, Thursday, 04. April 2019

The Identifying Appropriate Symbol Communication aids (I-ASC) study was a 3-year NIHR funded study of decision making in communication aid assessments for children who are non-speaking.
A key aim of the study was to develop a free online heuristic and resources to enhance decision making in communication aid recommendations. Join us for this free seminar to:


Learn more about the I-ASC findings


Be guided through the I-ASC heuristic, & how it can support reflective practice and decision making.


Gain hands on experience with the evidence-based I-ASC resources for children, families & professionals.


The seminar is open to anyone interested in communication aid assessment for children and young people but places are strictly limited so book early to avoid disappointment
About the presenters
Janice Murray PhD is a Professor of Communication Disability (AAC) at Manchester Metropolitan University and is Chief Investigator on the I-ASC study.
Liz Moulam (BSc(Hons) Psychology) is a Co-Researcher at Manchester Metropolitan University, UK. She is a parent of young ***** using AAC, and has a long involvement in leadership in the field of AAC. Liz is currently a Patient Participation Involvement Co-Researcher on the IASC study.

Using the I-ASC heuristic and resources to support decision making in AAC

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