1.                  Allison, K., Policicchio, M., Annear, L., & Hustad, K.C. Formant movement in pediatric dysarthria: Reduction or imprecision?  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Orlando, FL, November, 2014

2.                  Smith, A.L., McFadd, E., & Hustad, K.C. Parent perspectives on AAC use for children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Orlando, FL, November, 2014

3.                  Darling-White, M., Oakes, A., & Hustad, K.C. Characteristics of speech rate in children with cerebral palsy:  A longitudinal study.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Orlando, FL, November, 2014

4.                  Hustad, K.C. Communication Development in Children with Cerebral Palsy.  Invited presentation, Early Childhood Seminar Series, Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI, October, 2014. 

5.                  Hustad, K.C.  Studies of speech and language development in children with CP:  New findings and clinical implications.  Invited presentation at the 2nd Annual Day with the Experts on Cerebral Palsy.  Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI, November, 2014.

6.                  Hustad, K.C. Communication in children with cerebral palsy:  Studies of classification and patterns of change in speech and language development.  Presentation given at the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Professional Development Seminar Series, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI.  September, 2014.

7.                  Allison, K., & Hustad, K.C.  Relationship of sentences characteristics to intelligibility in children with dysarthria.  Poster presented at the 17th Biennial Conference on Motor Speech.  Sarasota, FL, March, 2014.

8.                  Smith, A., McFadd, E., & Hustad, K.C. Parent voices:  Importance of the parent-professional partnership for parents of children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the 47th Annual Gaitlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL.  March, 2014.

9.                  McFadd, E., Sterling, A., Allison, K., & Hustad, K.C. Maternal responsivity in toddlers with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the 47th Annual Gaitlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, Chicago, IL.  March, 2014. 

10.              Allison, K., McFadd, E., & Hustad, K. Early predictors of intelligibility in children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Chicago, IL, November, 2013.

11.              Hustad, K.C., Nip, I., Patel, R., & Ward, M. Cerebral palsy:  Speech, language, and cognition throughout the lifespan.  Invited seminar presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Chicago, IL, November, 2013.

12.              Smith, A., & Hustad, K.C.  AAC & Early intervention:  Examining child risk factors and parent perceptions.  Seminar presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Chicago, IL, November, 2013.

13.              McFadd, E., Sterling, A., Hustad, K.C., Ramczyk, C., & Fassbender, K.  Molar responsivity in mothers of children with and without disabilities.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Chicago, IL, November, 2013.

14.              McFadd, E., Allison, K.M., Smith, A., & Hustad, K.C. Speech and language development in young children with cerebral palsy.  Seminar presented at the American Academy on Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine Annual Meeting.  Milwaukee, WI, October, 2013.

15.              Smith, A., McFadd, E., Allison, K. & Hustad, K.C. Parent perceptions of children’s communication and the relationship to receptive and expressive language skills of children with cerebral palsy. Poster presented at the 46th Annual Gaitlinburg Conference on Research and Theory in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, San Antonio, TX.  March, 2013.

16.              Hustad, K.C., Allison, K.M., McFadd, E., & Natzke, P.  Communication development in 2-year old children with cerebral palsy.  Technical session presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Atlanta, GA, November, 2012.

17.              Allison, K.M., & Hustad, K.C. Children with cerebral palsy:  developmental speech-language change from 2-4 years.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Atlanta, GA, November, 2012.

18.              Allison, K.M., Natzke, P., & Hustad, K.C. Pediatric dysarthria:  Evidence and best practices for treatment.  Seminar presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Atlanta, GA, November, 2012.

19.              McFadd, E., Sterling, A., Allison, K., & Hustad, K.C.  Fostering interaction:  Early communication development in children with developmental disabilities.  Seminar presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Atlanta, GA, November, 2012.

20.              Nett, A., & Hustad, K.C. Speech and language development in young children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presentation at the Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders, Madison, WI.  June, 2012. 

21.              Hustad, K.C. Early communication development in children with cerebral palsy:  Implications for birth to three services.  Invited presentation for MCH LEND Program.  University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI.  April, 2012.  

22.              Patel, R., Hustad, K.C., Connaghan, K., Wiegand, K., Furr, W., & Franco, D.  Relationship between prosody and intelligibility in children with dysarthria.  Poster presented at the 16th Biennial Conference on Motor Speech.  Santa Rosa, CA, March, 2012.

23.              Hustad, K.C., & DuHadway, C.M.  Contributors to intelligibility in preschool-aged children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the 16th Biennial Conference on Motor Speech.  Santa Rosa, CA, March, 2012.

24.              Hustad, K.C., Schueler, B., Schultz, L., & DuHadway, C. Intelligibility of 4-year old children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  San Diego, CA, November, 2011.

25.              Hustad, K.C., Patel, R., Nip, I., & Boliek, C. Cutting edge approaches for working with children with cerebral palsy. Invited Seminar presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  San Diego, CA, November, 2011.

26.              McFadd, E., & Hustad, K.C., Communication skills of chidren with CP and severe motor impairment.  Seminar presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  San Diego, CA, November, 2011.

27.              Hustad, K.C. Studies of communication development in children with cerebral palsy.  Presentation given at the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Professional Development Seminar Series, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI.  September, 2011.

28.              Hustad, K.C., & Gamradt, J. Augmentative and alternative communication service provision in early intervention.  Series of 7 webcasts streaming on-demand for the Wisconsin Birth to Three Technical Training and Assistance Program.  Madison, WI, July, 2011.

29.              Hustad, K.C., & Gamradt, J. Augmentative and alternative communication for young children.  Radio broadcast to speech language pathologists serving the Wisconsin birth to three program.  Madison, WI, May, 2011. 

30.              Hustad, K.C. Enhancing functional communication using AAC strategies.  Invited seminar presented to speech-language pathologists in the Wheaton-Franciscan Health Care System.  Milwaukee, WI, February, 2011.

31.              Hustad, K.C.  Studies of communication development in children with cerebral palsy.  Invited seminar presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Neurological Communication Disorders and Sciences.  Philadelphia, PA, November, 2010.

32.              Hustad, K.C., Mcfadd, E., & DuHadway, C.  Classifying speech and language profiles in children with cerebral palsy.  Seminar presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Philadelphia, PA, November, 2010.

33.              McFadd, E. & Hustad, K.C.  Assessment of social function in 4-year old children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Philadelphia, PA, November, 2010.

34.              Clancy, K.J. & Hustad, K.C.  Longitudinal changes in feeding among children with cerebral palsyPoster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Philadelphia, PA, November, 2010. 

35.              Lee, J., Hustad, K.C., & Weismer, G.  Segmental and voice characteristics of speech in children with cerebral palsy:  Prediction of intelligibility.  Poster presented at the 15th Biennial Conference on Motor Speech.  Savannah, GA, March, 2010.

36.              Hustad, K.C., & Miles, L.K.  AAC for young children with cerebral palsy:  Needs and services in the school.  Presentation at the Wisconsin Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Oshkosh, WI, February, 2010.

37.              Rodriguez, V. & Hustad, K.C. Changes in communication behavior of non-speaking children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  New Orleans, LA, November, 2009.

38.              Hustad, K.C., & Miles, L.K. Children with cerebral palsy:  Access to augmentative and alternative communication in the schools.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  New Orleans, LA, November, 2009.

39.              Lee, J., Hustad, K.C., & Weismer, G. Longitudinal speech production changes in young children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  New Orleans, LA, November, 2009.

40.              Hustad, K.C.  Communication development in young children with cerebral palsy.  Invited presentation to the Waisman Center Board of Visitors, University of Wisconsin – Madison, June, 2009. 

41.              Lee, J., Hustad, K.C., & Lee, O.  Vowel space and speech intelligibility in young children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Chicago, IL, November, 2008.

42.              Hustad, K.C., & Gorton, K.L.  Integrating AAC with natural speech in preschool children:  A multimodal approach to intervention.  Seminar presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Chicago, IL, November, 2008. 

43.              Hustad, K.C., Gorton, K.L., McCourt, K.A., & Wycklendt, T.  Longitudinal development of speech intelligibility in children with cerebral palsy who have speech motor impairment.  Technical session presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Chicago, IL, November, 2008.

44.              Hustad, K.C.  Communication development in children with cerebral palsy.  Invited Presentation, Conference on Evaluation and Treatment of Cerebral Palsy in 2008.  Health Sciences Learning Center, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison WI, November, 2008.

45.              Hustad, K.  Communication development in children with cerebral palsy.  Invited webinar, Division of Special Education and Communication Disorders, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, April, 2008.

46.              Lee, J., & Hustad, K.C.  Effects of sentence length on intelligibility of speakers with dysarthria.  Technical session presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Boston, MA, November, 2007.

47.              Erwin, E. & Hustad, K.C. Vocal behaviors of prelinguistic children with cerebral palsy. Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Boston, MA, November, 2007. 

48.              Dardis, C.M. & Hustad, K.C. Core strategies used by listeners of speakers with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing

49.              Hustad, K.C. Communication development in children with cerebral palsy.  Presentation given at the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Professional Development Seminar Series, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI.  September, 2007.

50.              Hustad, K.C., & Gorton, K.L.  If he can talk, does he really need AAC?  Presentation at the Wisconsin Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Middleton, WI, February, 2007.

51.              Hustad, K.C., Gorton, K.L., McCourt, K., & Erwin, E.  Working with children who have cerebral palsy:  What clinicians need to know.  Presentation at the Wisconsin Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Middleton, WI, February, 2007.

52.              Hodge, M., & Hustad, K.C.  Typical and atypical speech motor development:  Biology, behavior, and beyond.  Invited presentation at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Boston, MA, November, 2007.

53.              Hustad, K.C. Speech and language profiles of children with cerebral palsy:  Interventions for enhancing development of functional communication abilities.  Invited presentation at the New Mexico Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Albuquerque, NM, October, 2007.

54.              Hustad, K.C., & Gorton, K.L.  If he can talk, does he really need AAC?  Invited continuing education presentation to community-based clinical supervisors, University of Wisconsin – Madison, May, 2007.

55.              Keintz, C.K., Hustad, K.C., Garcia, J.M., & Klasner, E.  Speech intelligibility:  Clinical treatment approaches for children and adults.  Presentation at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Miami, FL, November, 2006. 

56.              Wilson, E.M., & Hustad, K.C.  Characteristics of feeding problems in young children with cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Miami, FL, November, 2006.

57.              Hustad, K.C., Lee, J., & Dardis, C.M.  Speech production changes associated with implementation of alphabet cues.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Miami, FL, November, 2006.   

58.              Hustad, K.C., Gorton, K.L., Keppner, K.H., McCourt, K., Erwin, E., & Berg, A.  Communication development in children with cerebral palsy.  Presentation at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Miami, FL, November, 2006. 

59.              Hustad, K.C., Keppner, K., & Berg, A.K.  A descriptive study of AAC interventions for toddlers and preschoolers.  Poster presented at the Poster presented at the 12th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication.  Dusseldorf, Germany, July, 2006. 

60.              Hustad, K.C., Weismer, G., & Schellinger, S.  Fundamental frequency characteristics of speakers with cerebral palsy and dysarthria:  A descriptive study.  Poster presented at the 13th Biennial Conference on Motor Speech.  Austin, TX, March, 2006.

61.              Hustad, K.C.  Influence of alphabet cues on listeners’ ability to identify first letters, first phonemes, and constituent words in sentences correctly.  Poster presented at the 13th Biennial Conference on Motor Speech.  Austin, TX, March, 2006.

62.              Hustad, K.C., Berg, A.K., Bauer, D., Keppner, K., Schanz, A., & Gamradt, J.  AAC interventions for toddlers and preschoolers:  Who, what, when, why.  Presentation at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  San Diego, CA, November, 2005.

63.              Hustad, K.C. Influence of linguistic information on intelligibility of dysarthric speech.  Presentation at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  San Diego, CA, November, 2005.

64.              Hustad K.C.  Communication options for speakers with cerebral palsy.  Invited presentation to the Friends of the Waisman Center, University of Wisconsin – Madison, February, 2005. 

65.              Hustad, K.C.  Communication and individuals with cerebral palsy.  Invited presentation to the Waisman Center Board of Visitors, University of Wisconsin – Madison, September, 2004. 

66.              Hustad, K.C., Smith, N., & Auker, J.  The influence of speech stimuli on intelligibility in dysarthria.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Chicago, IL, November, 2003.

67.              Hustad, K.C., Rentschler, K., Auker, J., Lang, R., Smith, N., & Ake, H.  Characterizing the functionality of dysarthric speech using comprehension measures.  Paper presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Chicago, IL, November, 2003.

68.              Hustad, K.C. A functional approach to dysarthria:  Listener comprehension measures.  Presentation given at the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders Professional Development Seminar Series, University of Wisconsin – Madison, Madison, WI.  October, 2003.

69.              Garcia, J.M., & Hustad, K.C.  Comparison of supplementation strategies:  Alphabet cues vs. iconic gestures.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Atlanta, GA, November, 2002.

70.              Garcia J.M., & Hustad, K.C.  Supplemented speech:  Strategies to enhance understanding of dysarthria.  Paper presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Atlanta, GA, November, 2002.

71.              Hustad, K.C., Auker, J., Natale, N., Jones, T., Carlson, R., & Dailey, S.  Implementing speech supplementation strategies:  Effects on intelligibility.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention.  Atlanta, GA, November, 2002.

72.              Hustad, K.C., & Jones, T.  Listener attitudes toward individuals who supplement speech with AAC strategies.  Poster presented at the 10th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Odense, Denmark, August, 2002. 

73.              Hustad, K.C., Jones, T., Carlson, R., Natale, N., & Dailey, S.  Effects of speaker-implemented supplemental AAC strategies on dysarthric speech.  Paper presented at the 10th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Odense, Denmark, August, 2002. 

74.              Hustad, K.C.  Clinical strategies for enhancing speech intelligibility in individuals with motor-based disorders.  Invited presentation at the Annual Convention of the Maine Speech, Language, and Hearing Association.  Bangor, ME, June, 2002.

75.              Hustad, K.C., & Sassano, K.  Effects of rate reduction on severe spastic dysarthria.  Poster presented at the 11th Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, Williamsburg, VA, March, 2002.

76.              Turner, G., & Hustad, K.  Sentence intelligibility and acoustic contrasts in adults with cerebral palsy.  Paper presented at the 11th Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, Williamsburg, VA, March, 2002.

77.              Hustad, K.C., & Garcia, J.M.  Effects of two intervention strategies on intelligibility in cerebral palsy.  Poster presented at the 11th Biennial Conference on Motor Speech, Williamsburg, VA, March, 2002.

78.              Light, J.C., Drager, K.D., Hustad, K.C., & Roberts, B.  The Penn State AAC project:  A master’s-level preservice training program.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA, November, 2001. 

79.              Hustad, K.C.  Integrating natural speech and AAC:  Strategies for enhancing intelligibility in children and adults.  Invited presentation at the Pennsylvania Speech, Language, and Hearing Association annual convention, Philadelphia, PA, March, 2001.

80.              Hustad, K.C., Drager, K.D., & Frey, K.  Intelligibility and listener preference for synthesized versus dysarthric female speech.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Washington D.C., November, 2000.

81.              Hustad, K.C., & Beukelman, D.R.  Effects of contextual information on intelligibility of severely dysarthric speech.  Paper presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Washington D.C., November, 2000.

82.              Drager, K.D., Hustad, K.C., & Frey, K.  Telephone communication:  Synthetic and dysarthric speech intelligibility and listener preference.  Poster presented at the 9th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Washington, D.C., August, 2000.

83.              Hustad, K.C. & Gutmann, M.  Speech supplementation strategies:  Effects on listener opinions of AAC users.  Poster presented at the 9th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Washington, D.C., August, 2000. 

84.              Hustad, K.C., & Beukelman, D.R.  Integrating natural speech with AAC strategies:  Clinical implications.  Paper presented at the 9th Biennial Conference of the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Washington D.C., August, 2000. 

85.              Hustad, K.C., & Beukelman, D.R.  Enhancing intelligibility through application of AAC strategies.  Invited presentation at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, November, 1999.  

86.              Morehouse, T.B., & Hustad, K.C.  Measuring treatment efficacy through levels of intelligibility in preschool children.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA, November, 1999. 

87.              Hustad, K.C., Morehouse, T.B., Clark, B., Walters, H., & Jasa, K.  Minspeak:  A multi-modal approach to communication.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX, November, 1998.

88.              Hustad, K.C. & Morehouse, T.B.  An integrated approach to improving communication effectiveness in unintelligible children.  Paper presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX, November, 1998.

89.              Hustad, K.C., & Beukelman, D.R.  Integrating residual natural speech and AAC.  Paper presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention, San Antonio, TX, November, 1998.

90.              Hustad, K.C., Kent, R.D., & Beukelman, D.R.  Differences between two speech synthesizers within three listener experience levels.  Poster presented at the American Speech, Language, and Hearing Association Annual Convention, Boston, MA, November, 1997.