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Jennifer Kent-Walsh

Jennifer Kent-Walsh

, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Professor, FAAST Center Director, ASHA Fellow
Communication Sciences and Disorders, FAAST Assistive Technology Center

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Affiliations

  • Research Council
  • UCF Academic Leadership Academy

    • Biography
    • Research
    • Courses

    Biography

    Academic and Administrative Appointments - University of Central Florida

    Faculty Excellence Coordinator, UCF Office of Faculty Excellence (2016-2017)

    Professor, Communication Sciences and Disorders (Full; Tenured)(2015 - Present)

    Founder & Director, FAAST Atlantic Region Assistive Technology Demonstration Center (2005 - Present)

    Associate Professor , Communication Sciences and Disorders (Tenured) (2009 - 2015)

    Assistant Professor , Communication Sciences and Disorders (Tenure Earning) (2003 - 2009)

     

    Selected Awards, Honors, and Recognition

    2016
    Fellow
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

    Editor's Award
    Journal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication

    UCF Scroll & Quill Society Member
    University of Central Florida

    2014                             
    Research Incentive Award (RIA)
    University of Central Florida 

    Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award (SoTL)
    University of Central Florida

    Teaching Incentive Program Award (TIP)
    University of Central Florida

    6th Award for Continuing Education (ACE)
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

     2013                             
    Award for Special Contributions in Higher Education
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Awards of Excellence                                  

    Meritorious Presentation (Augmentative and Alternative Communication)
    Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

    Honors of the Association
    Florida Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (FLASHA)

    Excellence in Research Award
    University of Central Florida, College of Health and Public Affairs

     2012                             
    Certificate of Appreciation In Recognition of Valuable Contributions
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) 

    5th Award for Continuing Education
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

     2011                             
    4th Award for Continuing Education
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

     2010                             
    Type 1 Competitive Sabbatical
    University of Central Florida, College of Health & Public Affairs 

    Research Faculty Fellow
    University of Central Florida, College of Health & Public Affairs

     2009                             
    Research Incentive Award (RIA)
    University of Central Florida 

    Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award (SoTL)
    University of Central Florida 

    Teaching Incentive Program Award (TIP)
    University of Central Florida 

    University Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award
    University of Central Florida 

    Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award
    University of Central Florida, College of Health and Public Affairs

    Excellence in Professional Service Award
    University of Central Florida College of Health and Public Affairs 

    Editor's Award
    Communication Disorders Quarterly Journal 

    FLASHA Annual Convention Presentation Award
    Florida Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists 

    FLASHA Annual Convention Presentation Award
    Florida Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

     2008                           
    Excellence in Professional Service Award
    University of Central Florida College of Health and Public Affairs

     2007                           
    Service-Learning Faculty Recognition Award
    University of Central Florida Office of Experiential Learning 

    Distinguished Service Award
    Kiwanis Club of Oviedo-Winter Springs 

    3rd Award for Continuing Education
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

     2006                           
    Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching Award
    University of Central Florida College of Health and Public Affairs

    FLASHA Annual Convention Presentation Award
    Florida Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists

     2005                           
    Honored Member
    Empire Who's Who of Executives and Professionals 

    2nd Award for Continuing Education
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)

     2004                           
    Award for Continuing Education
    American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) 

    Community Champion Award
    Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida 

    Fellow of the Academy for Teaching, Learning, and Leadership
    University of Central Florida

     2002 - 2003               
    Kligman Fellowship
    The Pennsylvania State University, College of Health and Human Development

     

     Credentials

    Degrees                         

    Doctor of Philosophy, Communication Sciences and Disorders (2003)
    The Pennsylvania State University; University Park, PA                             

    Master of Science, Human Communication Disorders (2000)
    Dalhousie University; Halifax, NS, Canada 

    Bachelor of Education, Secondary Education (1997)
    McGill University; Montreal, QC, Canada

     

    Licensure & Certification                            

    Certificate of Clinical Competence in Speech-Language Pathology (2003)
    American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA)                              

    Speech-Language Pathologist State License (2003)
    State of Florida Department of Health, Division of Medical Quality Assurance                             

    Clinical Certificate in Speech-Language Pathology (2000)
    Speech-Language & Audiology Canada                             

    Advanced Teacher's Certificate (ATC3) (2000)
    Department of Education; Halifax, NS, Canada                            

    Teacher's Certificate Class 5 (TC5) (1997)
    Department of Education; Halifax, NS, Canada

     

    Websites

    AAC ColLABoration: 
    http://aac-ucf.unm.edu/ 

    FAAST Atlantic Regional Demonstration Center:
    http://www.faast.org/programs/regional-demo/atlantic

    Credentials

  • Ph.D., CCC-SLP
  • Research

    Research Interests

    • Developing and evaluating interventions designed to improve language and communication outcomes for children with developmental disabilities who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).
    • Developing and evaluating service-learning instructional approaches in communication sciences and disorders (Scholarship of Teaching and Learning).

     

    Grant Funding

    Funded External Proposals

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., 2016-2017). iCommunicate@ UCF. Grant funded by the Chelsey G. Magruder Foundation,
    Inc., $10,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., 2015-18).  Teaching preschoolers with complex communication needs to ask inverted yes-no questions using an AAC iPad application. Grant funded by National Institutes of Health (National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders), $437,810.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., 2015-2016). iCommunicate @ UCF: An AAC intervention program.  Grant funded by The Chesley G. Magruder Foundation, Inc., $10,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., 2014-2015). iCommunicate @ UCF: AAC outcomes.  Grant funded by The Chesley G. Magruder Foundation, Inc., $10,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., 2013). iCommunicate @ UCF.  Grant funded by the The Chesley G. Magruder Foundation, Inc., $10,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Oct 2011 - Sep 2016). Atlantic Region Assistive Technology Demonstration Center. Grant funded by Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, $721,023.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., 2011-2013). Teaching Children who use AAC to Ask Inverted Yes-No Questions. Clinical Research Grant funded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation, $50,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., May 2008 - May 2009). Project TELL: Targeting Early Language and Literacy For Children with Disabilities and from At-Risk Environments. Disney Helping Kids Shine Grant funded by the Walt Disney World Company, $19,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Dec 2007 - Dec 2008). Technology in the FAAST Lane: Effects of parent Instructionon the communication of young children using AAC. Starfish Research Grant funded by the American Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Special Interest Division 1, $2,500.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Aug 2006 - Jul 2007). AAC consumer employment. Contract funded by the Prentke Romich Company, $15,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Aug 2006 - Jul 2007). On-the-job training.  Contract funded by the Florida Department of Education, Office of Vocational Rehabilitation, $2,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., May 2006 - Apr 2007). The effects of peer instruction on the expressive language of  children using augmentative and alternative communication during shared book reading activities. Research Grant funded by the Florida Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Foundation, $2,500.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Dec 2005 - Dec 2006). The effects of virtual reality experiences on the receptive vocabulary of young children who use augmentative and alternative communication. Research grant funded by the Winter Park Health Foundation, $2,500.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Oct 2005 - Sep 2011). Atlantic Region Assistive Technology Demonstration Center. Grant funded by Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, $728,250.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Dec 2003 - Dec 2004). The effects of a caregiver instructional program on the communicative turns of students who require AAC during book reading activities. New Investigator Research Grant funded by the American Speech-Language Hearing Foundation, $5,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Aug 2002 - Jul 2003). The effects of an educational assistant instructional program on the communicative turns of students who require AAC during book reading activities.  Whipper Watson Graduate Research Studentship funded by the Bloorview MacMillan Children's Centre Office of Research, $5,500.

     

    Funded Internal Proposals

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., May 2008 - May 2009). Technology in the FAAST Lane: Effects of parent instruction on the communication of young children using AAC. In-House Research Grant funded by University of Central Florida Office of Research and Commercialization, $7,500.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., May 2007 - Apr 2008). The effects of peer instruction on the expressive language of children using augmentative and alternative communication during shared book reading activities. In-House Research Grant funded by the University of Central Florida Office of Research and Commercialization, $7,500.

    Kent-Walsh, J.  (2007). State-of-the-art augmentative and alternative communication technologies. Undergraduate equipment grant funded by the University of Central Florida Office of Undergraduate Studies, $17,100.

    Stark, C. & Kent-Walsh, J. (Faculty Investigator, Jan - Jun 2007).  Peer augmentative and alternative communication training.  RAMP Supplemental Research Grant funded by University of Central Florida Office of Undergraduate Studies, $500.

    Kent, Walsh, J. (P.I., May 2006 - Apr 2007).  Effects of service-learning on student engagement with evidence-based practice.  Information Fluency Flower Grant funded by the University of Central Florida Information Fluency Initiative, $1,000.

    Blasi, L., Segal, D., Kent-Walsh, J., & King, L. (Co.I., Jul 2006 - Jun 2007).  JACK'S STORY: Meeting assistive technology training needs through an interactive, simulated character case scenario focused on classroom integration.  Special Initiative Grant funded by the Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Institute, $6,000.

    Stark, C. & Kent-Walsh, J. (Faculty Investigator, Jan - Jun 2006).  Augmentative and Alternative Communication Service-Delivery:  A Survey of Speech-Language Pathologists in Orange County Public Schools. RAMP Supplemental Research Grant funded by UCF Office of Undergraduate Studies, $500.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Oct 2004 - Aug 2005). The effects of virtual reality experiences on the receptive vocabulary of young children: A pilot study. Special Initiative Grant funded by the Toni Jennings Exceptional Education Institute, $6,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J.  (P.I., 2004 - 2005).  Augmentative and Alternative Communication Service-Delivery:  A Pilot Survey.  Dean's Discretionary Grant funded by the College of Health and Public Affairs, $3,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Jun. - Aug. 2004). SPA 4932 - Special Topics:  Augmentative and Alternative Communication. Faculty Summer Award funded by the University of Central Florida COHPA Center for Community Partnerships, $6,000.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Dec 2003 - Dec 2004). The effects of a caregiver instructional program on the communicative turns of students who require AAC during book reading activities.  In-House Research Grant funded by the University of Central Florida Office of Research, $7,500.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (P.I., Aug 2002 - Jul 2003). The effects of an educational assistant instructional program on the communicative turns of students who require AAC during book reading activities.  Kligman Graduate Fellowship, funded by the Penn State College of Health and Human Development, $32,968.                                                                                         

     

    Publications                                                   

    Binger, C., Kent-Walsh, J., King, M. & Mansfield, L. (In Press; 2016). Early sentence productions of three-and four-year-old children who use augmentative and alternative communication. Manuscript accepted for publication in Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.

    Binger, C., Kent-Walsh, J. & King, M. (In Press; 2016). Dynamic assessment for three-and-four year old children who use augmentative and alternative communication;evaluating expressive syntax. Manuscript accepted for publication in Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research.

    Binger, C., Kent-Walsh, J., King, M., Webb, E & Buenviaje, E. (In Press: 2016). Early sentence productions of 5-year old children who use augmentative and alternative communication. Manuscript accepted for publication in Communication Disorders Quarterly.

    Kent-Walsh, J., Murza, K.A., Malani, M.D. & Binger, C. (2015).  Effects of communication partner instruction on the communication of individuals using AAC:  A meta-analysis. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Volume 33 (In Press).

    Kent-Walsh, J., Binger, C. & Buchanan, C. (2015). Teaching children who use augmentative and alternative communication to ask inverted yes-no questions using aided modeling. AmericanJournal of Speech-Language Pathology, 24, 222-236.

    King, M., Binger, C. & Kent-Walsh, J. (2015).  Using dynamic assessment to evaluate the expressive syntax of five-year-old children who use augmentative and alternative communication. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 30, 1-14.

    Kent-Walsh, J. & Binger, C. (2013). Fundamentals of the ImPAACT Program. Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 22, 51-61.

    Binger, C., Ball, L., Dietz, A., Kent-Walsh, J., Lasker, J., Lund, S., McKelvey, M., Quach, W. (2012). Personnel roles in the AAC assessment process, Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 28, 278-288.

    Binger, C.  & Kent-Walsh, J. (2012). Selecting skills to teach communication partners: Where do I start?. Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 21, 127-135.

    Kent-Walsh, J. & Binger, C. (2012). Communication partner instruction in AAC: Building circles of support. Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 21, 124-126.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (2011). Emergent literacy intervention appears effective for teaching sound- letter correspondence and consonant-vowel-consonant spelling combinations to young children who use augmentative and alternative communication. Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention, 4, 183-187.

    Kent-Walsh, J., & Binger, C., (2011). Technology as a language tool: Augmentative and alternative communication in the classroom, Perspectives on School-Based Issues, 12, 28-33.

    Binger, C., Maguire-Marshall, M., & Kent-Walsh, J. (2011). Using aided AAC models, recasts, and contrastive targets to teach grammatical morphemes to children with developmental delays who use AAC.  Journal of Speech-Language-Hearing Research, 54, 160-176.

    Kent-Walsh, J., Binger, C., & Malani, M. (2010). Teaching partners to support the communication skills of young children who use AAC: Lessons from the ImPAACT Program. Early Childhood Services, 4, 210-226.

    Binger, C., Kent-Walsh, J., Ewing, C., & Taylor, S. (2010). Teaching educational assistants to facilitate the multi-symbol message productions of young students who require AAC. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 19, 108-120.

    Kent-Walsh, J., Binger, C., & Hasham, Z. (2010). Effects of parent instruction on the symbolic communication of children using AAC during storybook reading. American Journal of Speech- Language Pathology, 19, 97-107.

    Binger, C., Berens, J., Kent-Walsh, J. & Hickman, S. (2008). The impacts of aided AAC interventions on AAC use, speech, and symbolic gestures. Seminars in Speech and Language, 29, 101-111.

    Binger, C., Kent-Walsh, J., Berens, J., Del Campo, S., & Rivera, D. (2008). Teaching Latino parents to support the multi-symbol message productions of their children who require AAC. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 24, 323-338.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (2008). Communication partner interventions for students who use AAC. Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication 17, 27-32.

    Kent-Walsh, J., Stark, C. & Binger, C. (2008). Tales from school trenches:  AAC service delivery and professional expertise. Seminars in Speech and Language, 29, 146-154.

    Rosa-Lugo, L. I., & Kent-Walsh, J. (2008). Effects of parent instruction on communicativeturns of Latino children using AAC during storybook reading. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 30, 49-61.

    Kent-Walsh, J., & McNaughton, D. (2005). Communication partner instruction in AAC: Present practices and future directions. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 21, 195-204.

    Kent-Walsh, J., & Light, J. (2003). General education teachers' experiences with inclusion of students who use augmentative and alternative communication. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 19, 104-124.

     

    Primers

    Kent-Walsh, J.  (2012). What every speech-language pathologist should know about service- learning.  Boston, MA: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon.

    Binger, C. & Kent-Walsh, J. (2010).  What every speech-language pathologist should know about augmentative and alternative communication. Boston, MA: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon.

     

    Book Sections

    Binger, C. & Kent-Walsh, J. (In Press). Chapter 31: Augmentative and Alternative Communication. In I.
    Brown, M. Percy & M.A. Wehmeyer (Ed.s). A Comprehensive Guide to Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities.
    Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes.

    Ball, L., Kent-Walsh, J. & Harrington, N. (In Press). Augmentative and alternative communication options.  In B. Hoffman Ruddy, H. Ho, C. Sapienza & J. L. Lehman (Ed.s). Cases in head and neck cancer, Plural Publishing

    Kent-Walsh, J., Resnick, P. & Binger, C. (2014).  Colin: A preschooler who is medically fragile but ready to "take off" with communication. In J. McCarthy & A. Dietz (Ed.s).  Augmentative and Alternative Communication: An interactive clinical casebook. San Diego, CA: Plural Publishing.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (2012). Augmentative and alternative communication.  In. J.M. Rippe (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Lifestyle Medicine and Health.  Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.

    Kent-Walsh, J., & Binger, C. (2009). Addressing the communication demands of the classroom for beginning communicators and early language users. In G. Soto & C. Zangari (Ed.s) Practically speaking: Language, literacy, and academic development for students with AAC needs (pp. 143-172). Baltimore:  Paul H. Brookes.

     

    Invited Articles in American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Newsletter

    Binger, C.  & Kent-Walsh, J. (2012). Communication Takes Two. The ASHA Leader, 17, 24-27.

    Kent-Walsh, J. & Schwartz, J. (2006). Reengineering teaching and learning practices, ASHA Leader, 11(5),18-19.

    Kent-Walsh, J. & Rosa-Lugo, L. (2006). Communication partner interventions for children who use AAC: Storybook reading across culture and language, ASHA Leader, 11(3), 6-7.

     Light, J., & Kent-Walsh, J. (2003). Fostering emergent literacy for children who require AAC. ASHA Leader, 8(9), 4-6.

     

    Magazine Articles

    Kent-Walsh, J. (2011). AAC Assessment/Intervention across the spectrum: Spotlighting AAC services at the University of Central Florida. Therapy Times, 3(1), 4-6.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (2007).  FAAST ARDC welcomes a new staff member. FAAST Access, 4(2), 10.

    Kent-Walsh, J. (2005).  The evolution of a masterpiece, UCF Faculty Focus, 4(3), 4.

     

    Selected Profiles / Media Links

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/health/vital-signs/os-kent-walsh-preschooler-speech-research-20160205-story.html

    /blog/2016/nih-funds-study-on-technology,-services-for-children-with-severe-speech-disabilities/

    /blog/2012/free-ipads-give-children-with-speech-difficulties-a-voice/

    /blog/2012/new-grant-ensures-continuation-of-assistive-technology-center-at-ucf/

    /media/202910/communique_spring_2012_web.pdf

    https://www.ashfoundation.org/recipients/spotlight/jennifer-kent-walsh/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SzbPM6esJ4w

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bdzGquzNGk

    /blog/2006/ucf-interns-help-teenagers-with-disabilities-learn-to-use-assistive-technologies/

    /blog/2006/center-to-demonstrate-assistive-technologies-to-residents-with-disabilities/

    /media/102382/lowresfinalspring2006communique_000.pdf

    Research Interests

    • service-learning
    • scholarship of teaching and learning
    • Augmentative and Alternative Communication
    • Assistive Technology
    • Language Development and Disorders

    Courses

    • SPA 4400 : Language Disorders Across the Lifespan
    • SPA 4559 : Augmentative and Alternative Communication
    • SPA 4580 : Augmentative and Alternative Communication
    • SPA 4903 : Honors Directed Readings
    • SPA 4932 : Special Topics: Augmentative and Alternative
    • SPA 4970 : Honors Thesis
    • EEX 6908 : Independent Study: Doctoral Teaching & Research Experience
    • SPA 7490 : Advanced Topics in Language and Literacy
    • IDS 7500 : Seminar in Educational Research
    • SPA 7494 : Doctoral Seminar in Spoken & Written Language
    • SPA 7980 : Dissertation
    • SPA 6437 : Communication Foundations, Assistive/Instructional
    • SPA 6559 : Augmentative and Alternative Communication
    • SPA 6805 : Research Design
    • SPA 6908 : Independent Study: Augmentative and Alternative
    • SPA 6938 : Special Topics: Assistive Technology
    • SPA 6971 : Thesis

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