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A nonprofit, self-sustaining database that contains the names of individuals, age 16 or over, with cerebral palsy who do not speak or are unable to speak successfully in at least some situations that are important to them has been established. The database is available on a cost basis to...
The purpose of the paper is to report the outcome of the parent training program of Camp Chatterbox '95 that was combined with an intervention program for the children. Sixteen parents participated in the training program. Each of these parents completed questionnaires at three intervals...
The use of published criteria to determine the intentionality of communicative behaviors of individuals with severe and multiple disabilities is discussed in light of research with individuals with and without intellectual disability. Data were collected from four young students with severe...
A number of picture-based communication systems are in use by nonspeaking people. They are not widely used in Japan. This may be because the systems, although pictorial in nature, tend to be based on English sentence formation. This study was conducted to provide a basis for a discussion about...
Scanning communication systems provide a unique set of opportunities for the application of augmentative communication technologies. Possibilities include optimization of the row-column matrix, dynamic rearrangement of the matrix, addition of character or word lists, and combinations of these...
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