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Cerebral Palsy - Vol. 6 #5
(November 1993) This issue focuses on people with cerebral palsy (CP)and the major challenges and barriers they face every day.
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For Consumers - Cerebral Palsy (CP): What it means
Clinical News - A changing role: AAC and people with cerebral palsy
Equipment - Desired AAC device features
Governmental - The International Cerebral Palsy Society (ICPS)
University & Research - Drooling or sialorrhea
Employment - Vol. 6 #4
(September 1993) This issue focuses on employment of people who use AAC technologies and strategies.
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For Consumers - What do you want to be when you grow up?
University & Research - Information about AAC users who are currently employed
Clinical News - ACN survey results: Perceptions on employment in AAC
Equipment - ACN survey results: Technology and employment of people who use AAC
Governmental - U.S. law and employment: Let's get it straight
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Adults   Children   Clinical issues   Policy  
Adolescence - Vol. 6 #3
(July 1993) This issue is about the experience of being an adolescent and an AAC user.
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Newsletter Contents:

For Consumers - Reflections of AAC users on their adolescence
Clinical News - Intervention with adolescents: The real stuff is on the inside
University & Research - Activities in Portugal: The first AAC Ibero-American Congress
Governmental - TIDE: The European Community's rehabilitation technology projects
Equipment - Materials appropriate for adolescence: A place to start
Cultural Diversity and the AAC Community - Vol. 6 #2
(May 1993) This issue is about culture, language, cultural diversity and acculturation.
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For Consumers - Cultural diversity and the AAC community
Clinical News - Dealing with cultural diversity and bilingual issues in our clinical practices
University and Research - Ethnographic research: A means of inquiry for AAC
Governmental - Projects funded by the National Institutes for Disability and Rehabilitation Research
Equipment - Speech output and culturally valid symbols
Communication Displays - Vol. 6 #1
(March 1993) This issue focuses on the design and construction of low-tech communication displays
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Newsletter Contents:

For Consumers - Low-Tech communication displays: Are we considering everything?
Clinical News - Designing displays: Hints and Examples
Governmental - Examining the cost factors in low tech devices
Equipment - Technology: Its constraints and extraordinary benefits
University and Research - AAC Program at Penn State University

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