About Carole Zangari

Dr. Carole Zangari is a professor of SLP at Nova Southeastern University where she teaches AAC classes at the master’s and doctoral level, supervises AAC clinical services to children and adults, and administers an AAC lab. Carole has presented and published on AAC topics in national and international venues. She is a past coordinator of ASHA’s AAC Division and co-edited Practically Speaking: Language, Literacy, and Academic Development of Students with AAC needs with Gloria Soto. She blogs on a variety of AAC and AT topics at www.PrAACticalAAC.org with her colleague, Robin Parker.

Carole has been involved in the practice and teaching of AAC for over 25 years. She is a professor of speech-language pathology and has been fortunate to have been able to introduce many children and adults to the world of AAC. “Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.” Theodore Roosevelt

Carole teaches online classes in AAC and AAC in Educational Settings to master’s and doctoral students. She also supports individuals who use AAC in the on-campus AAC Clinic. She resides in the US in the state of Florida and was named 2000 Outstanding Clinician of the Year by the Florida Association of Speech Language Pathology and Audiology.

Posts and Resources by Carole Zangari

ILT 2014 – A Connected AT Community

ILT 2014 – A Connected AT Community

Reposted with permission from praacticalaac.org Recently, I had the opportunity to share some thoughts on AAC at the Spectronics Inclusive Learning Technology (ILT) Conference, in Gold Coast, Australia. It’s hard to explain the level of enthusiasm and energy for all things AAC and AT to those who aren’t familiar with that passionate group of professionals and parents. As …

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