Jennifer Seale, Ph.D.

Jennifer M. Seale is an Assistant Professor who teaches both undergraduate and graduate
courses in the Communication Sciences and Disorders department. Her academic, research and
clinical interests are focused on augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) science
and practice. Dr. Seale has expertise providing AAC services to diverse client populations (i.e.,
ALS, Cerebral Palsy, Locked-In Syndrome, Aphasia, TBI, RHD, Fragile X and Down Syndrome,
Intellectual Disabilities Autism &, Early Intervention). Her research aims to inform AAC service
delivery and product design using human computer interaction, interaction analysis and mixedmethodology
techniques. In addition to these interests, Dr. Seale is devoted to advocacy and
public education around important social and systemic issues unique to the AAC and aging