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If augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) systems are highly appealing, they may be more likely to be used by children with complex communication needs, may enhance self-esteem, and may facilitate interactions with other children. To date, there has been little attention to design...
The focus of this paper is on the development of Internet-based assessment and intervention tools for improving reading skills in adults with complex communication needs. The high rate of reading problems among people with complex communication needs is explained within the context of factors...
A single subject multiple probe across subjects research design was used to evaluate a writing instructional program for children who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). Specifically, the effect of instruction on the selection of initial letters of words by 3 children with...
In this study, the segmental intelligibility of three currently available text-to-speech products under two reverberant conditions was investigated. The reverberation times used were 1.2 and 2.4 s simulating reverberation that may exist in a large room and a large hall with poor acoustics. The...
Beukelman (1991) introduced the concept of the magic versus the cost of communicative competence in AAC. Fundamentally, this refers to the relative effort that must be exerted (the cost) in order for AAC to be a viable communication mode (the magic). Many clinicians have seen the magic for...
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