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This paper explores issues related to augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) interventions for aphasia. Recent literature on functional communication treatment is reviewed with a goal of clarifying how aphasiologists see AAC fitting into aphasia treatment. AAC assessment models are...
This forum paper, based on an invited paper on longitudinal research for the Second ISAAC Research Symposium in Augmentative and Alternative Communication, discusses the application of longitudinal research designs and methods to the field of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC)....
A survey was employed to investigate the experiences of adults using augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) who were successfully employed in community-based jobs. Twenty-five AAC users responded to the survey, representing a range of disabilities, ages, educational backgrounds,...
The use of pictographic symbols for expressive or receptive communication can be a valuable skill for persons with severe intellectual disability. This article reviews knowledge about picture recognition and use derived from cross-cultural studies, studies with young children, and studies with...
This study sought to determine if a language intervention treatment program could promote the segmentation and combination of grammatical constituents in an individual who primarily communicated via single-symbol message strategies. A computerized adaptation of a reciprocal reading procedure was...
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