ACN: Language Output and Uptake - Vol. 10 #2
(April 1997) This issue focuses on output (the quantity and quality of communication a child produces in natural contexts) and uptake (the extent to which language forms, in concert with other modes of communication, are understood by a child's caregivers and other communication partners).
ACN: Language Input and Intake - Vol. 10 #1
(April 1997) The issue informs and challenges the field to pay more attention to the early language learning process, focusing on input (the amount and type of language a child is exposed to overtime in natural contexts) and intake (language the child is able to attach meaning to over time).
Newsletter Contents: Governmental-The intake's connected to the input For Consumers-Language-based paradigms for AAC Clinical News-Language input and intake in AAC University & Research-Comprehending graphic symbols Equipment-A tool for assessing comprehension