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Something to Say: Children who use AAC devices put on a play at a family camp to show the world that communicating is more than talking.
Making Words Count: Why do some AAC users miss out on rich literacy instruction? And how can SLPs help get them the reading support they need?
Counseling the Caregiver: Focusing on caregivers—in addition to the client—may help improve treatment outcomes. Here’s how to tailor that care.
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