Gail M. Van Tatenhove
Gail Van Tatenhove is a speech-language pathologist in private practice, working with children and adults who use AAC strategies and devices. Her contributions to the field of AAC include development of a loaner bank of AAC devices; development of AAC-based therapy and classroom products; participation in ASHA projects on AAC implementation; editor, coordinating committee member and professional development manager for Special Interest Group 12 of ASHA; board member of USSAAC; and past president of FSAAC, the Florida chapter of USSAAC. Gail is a Fellow with the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Face-to-Face Creating Core Vocabulary Environments for Students with Complex Motor and Communication Needs - Part 1 - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2018-2019
Face-to-Face Creating Core Vocabulary Environments for Students with Complex Motor and Communication Needs - Part 2 - Virtual TechKnowledgy 2018-2019