The most recent ISAAC - AAC Journal was entirely about Aided Language Stimulation, with 5 articles from around the world looking at the current issues on aided language stimulation in a variety of settings and ages of individuals.
For those unfamiliar with ISAAC. It is the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication - 4 times a year it publishes a major research journal on a wide variety of data in AAC. Every other year there is a research based international conference. The next ISAAC Biannual conference is in Australia July 2018.
Many Countries have their own National branch of ISAAC> In the US, we have USAAC. And some states or regions of the country of their own local branch
USAAC has the Speak Up Blog, Webinars, a Disaster Relief strategy to replace and support AAC Users in their time of need due to hurricances, floods, etc. Find out more at http://www.ussaac.org/
At this year's ISAAC Conference (July 2018) Portand State researcher, Dr. Samuel Sennott, is conduting a half day preconference titled, Evidenced-based Aided Language Modeling/Aided Language Stimulation.