Kati Skulski, M.S. joined ACTS in 2008 as a Clinical Fellow in the AAC-CF Mentorship program. She received her Masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology from California State University, East Bay. Kati provides AAC Assessment and intervention to children in the home and school settings. She also provides Assistive Technology Needs Assessments for students under the mentorship of Christine Toomey. Kati also works at the Down Syndrome Connection and has presented at State, National, and International conferences on Resources for AAC Strategies and Tools.