Members of the autism community and staff of Trellis participated in LAMP training at the new Trellis Learning Center.
The Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) is a therapeutic approach that teaches nonverbal or limited verbal learners a way to communicate – through a very specific methodology using a speech generating device. It is an approach that is well known and loved by Trellis therapists, instructors and families.
LAMP gives individuals who are nonverbal or have limited verbal abilities a method of independently and spontaneously communicate.
Trellis collaborated with The Center for AAC and Autism and the Prentke Romich Company on the program.
Twelve Trellis staff members and more than 50 people from the Baltimore community attended the training at the Trellis Learning Center in Sparks, Maryland.
Learn more about LAMP from the Center for AAC and Autism.