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LAMP Certification For Individuals

Join the LAMP Community of Professionals!

Reason:

  • To develop and recognize LAMP competencies in individual practitioners.
  • Increase referrals for people who are interested in LAMP.
  • Access new information, support, resources, opportunities and research relevant to LAMP.

Who:
Professionals from different disciplines who apply LAMP principles and practices in their existing area of expertise (such as speech/language pathologists, occupational therapists, special educators, psychologists, etc.).

Prerequisites:
Attendance at a two-day, or both the online Centre for AAC & Autism sponsored LAMP workshops is required prior to applying for the certification program.

Fee:
There is an application fee of $490 to enrol and participate in the certification program. All expenses incurred in completing requirements are the responsibility of the applicant.

Process:
Acquisition of certification is based on demonstration of clinical or educational competencies through case presentations, written and videotaped.

For people in Australia please contact Leanna via email leanna@liberator.net.au or via phone 0424 662 728 to express your interest. Certification is granted via a mentoring process at the sole discretion of the Centre for AAC & Autism.

During the course of mentoring, competencies for implementation of the LAMP therapy approach will be demonstrated via narrative and video presentations demonstrating the following:

  • Incorporation of LAMP principles into a low-tech/no-tech AAC method
  • Incorporation of LAMP principles with high-tech AAC device and present a LAMP case study including videos and written information
  • Practitioners must renew their certification every three years by completing one of the following tasks (at this time there is no fee for renewal):
    • Submitting a new case study or update to the previously submitted case study
    • Attending one Advanced LAMP Seminar
    • Alternate activities as approved by The Centre for AAC and Autism (example might include attending or hosting a LAMP workshop, hosting parent language support group, participation in LAMP research, mentoring in the LAMP approach, etc.)
    • Presenting a LAMP related session at a local or national autism/AT/ therapy/or educational conference