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  • Tawasol at ISAAC Sun, 21 Aug 2016 16:28:58 +0000

    I presented “Core Vocabularies: Same or different for Bilingual Language Learning and Literacy Skill building with Symbols?” and together with Dana; “Developing an Arabic Symbol Dictionary for AAC users: Bridging the Cultural, Social and Linguistic Gap”. We received a lot of great feedback about both presentations and many people showed interest in our project. One […]

  • What We Learnt at ISAAC Sun, 21 Aug 2016 16:21:20 +0000

    ISAAC was an incredible experience. There was so much new research and knowledge that was shared and for me brought to light the significance of continuing education. It made me realise that it is through workshops and seminars at conferences that we become better clinicians and researchers and rid our practices of outdated and ineffective […]

  • Tawasol Symbols’ Graphic Designer’s experience of attending ISAAC 2016 Sun, 14 Aug 2016 21:15:02 +0000

    We received positive feedback from conference attendees on the creation of culturally orientated symbols and the appeal of illustrating differences between male and female figures based on social settings and religious sensitivities.   Therapists showed interest in our approach as to how we were developing our symbols and it was exciting to learn more about […]