Eye Gaze: An Overview of this Game-Changer!- Webinar 17


July 16, 2015, Online


Individuals successfully utilizing eye gaze technologies are adults and children, including those with various low-incidence disabilities such as cerebral palsy (CP), spinal cord injuries (SCI), acquired brain injuries (ABI), ALS, multiple sclerosis (MS), brainstem strokes, muscular dystrophy (MD), Werdnig Hoffman syndrome, and Rett Syndrome. Eye gaze systems are being used in homes, offices, schools, hospitals, and other environments. One significant advantage of eye gaze access is that it is a direct access method, with no intermediary steps involved in making a selection, thus potentially speeding access, while increasing accuracy and rate within applications the individual requires across environments and over time.


 Patricia Ourand, MS, CCC-SLP

Learning Outcomes:

  1. Participants will be able to discuss advances in emerging eye gaze technologies at a basic level for persons who use AAC.
  2. Participants will be able to identify 3 key factors/considerations impacting an individual’s ability to use eye gaze at a basic level.
  3. Participants will be able to compare/contrast 3 different eye gaze systems and state key differences.


This activity is offered for up to 0.2 CEUs (1.5 hours of instruction). To register for CEUs:
  1. Download, and complete the following forms.
  2. Save the files names: 2015-ATIA-July16-WEB17-Lastname-Firstname
  3. Send both files to ceus@aacinstitute.org
  4. CEU certificate will be sent after submitting the two forms

Note: If any difficulty is encountered in using this form, write to ceus@aacinstitute.org to request an alternative file format.