Perspectives, SIG 12, Vol. 2, Part 1, 2017
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In this part of Perspectives, authors
examine the linguistic productions of a child who uses high-tech augmentative
and alternative communication (AAC) with emerging literacy skills, describe an AAC
service delivery focusing on considerations for speech-language pathologists
(SLPs), and provide relative information for SLPs who work with individuals who
live in poverty to consider.
You will be able
- explain how communication partner topic
awareness can impact the complexity of messages produced a child who uses high-tech
AAC with emerging literacy skills
- list two potential adaptations to the multimodal
- describe disparities in access to rehabilitation
and educational services for individuals with complex communication needs who
live in areas of extreme poverty
- identify key factors of augmentative and
alternative communication service provision within communities that experience
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