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Assistive Technology in the Classroom - Vol. 3 #6
(November 1990) This issue focuses on the application of assistive technologies in classrooms with students of all ages.
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Clinical News - Assistive technology in classrooms: Beyond communication devices
Equipment - Stationary and portable work stations in the classroom
For Consumers - Poignant voices from the printed page
Governmental - Assistive technology's role in law enforcement!
University and Research - CALL Centre: University of Edinburgh, Scotland
The Role of Rate in Communication - Vol. 3 #5
(September 1990) This issue focuses on the slow rate with which messages are constructed and conveyed by individuals who use communication aids and techniques and consider how "rate" affects factors relate to communication competence, but do not define competence.
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For Consumers - Examining issues of rate and rate enhancement in AAC
Clinical News - Rate enhancement: Clinical considerations and strategies
Equipment - Current products with features designed to increase the speed of communication
Governmental - AAC's governing body: ISAAC's 4th Biennial meeting
University and Research - Rate enhancement techniques: Keystroke savings, learning, & functional use
AAC Service Delivery - Vol. 3 #4
(July 1990) This issue investigates current service delivery trends and practices around the world. AAC service delivery refers to the various mechanisms involved in providing services and equipment to individuals with severe expressive communication impairments.
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For Consumers - How you can use demographics to provide better service delivery in AAC
Clinical News - World-wide perceptions of current clinical practices
University and Research - Literacy Center for Persons with SSPI at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Governmental - Government agencies and approaches to service delivery
Equipment - Funding sources for assistive technologies
Persons with Severe/Profound Mental Challenges - Vol. 3 #3
(May 1990) This issue focuses on adults with severe and profound mental challenges who have spent a majority of their life in large institutions and on younger individuals who have also been set apart.
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For Consumers - Persons with severe/profound mental challenges (SPMC)
Equipment - Desirable features and useful technologies
Clinical News - Principles, processes, and strategies: A glimpse
Governmental - Making money and keeping it!
University and Research - Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire
Graphic Symbols - Vol. 3 #2
(March 1990) This issue is about graphic symbols. It is also about rethinking some basic assumptions with regard to language and cognitive issues.
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For Consumers - Graphic symbols for communication, language, and learning
Equipment - Graphic symbol sets and systems: Some current tools and a glimpse at the future
Clinical News - Decisions, decisions, decisions: Careful.....!
Governmental - Title 2 Monies in U.S. Ready your projects!
University and Research - The Institute for Rehabilitation Research in the Netherlands
AAC with Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool Children - Vol. 3 #1
(January 1990) This issue focuses on the application of AAC with infants, toddlers, and preschool children.
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Newsletter Contents:

For Consumers - AAC...A viable approach to prevention
Clinical News - How the experts see it. Goals, strategies, and guidelines for early AAC intervention
Equipment - Tools of the trade: It's all in the application
Governmental - Australia's AAC community: The state of Victoria

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