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Families and AAC - Vol. 7 #6
(December 1994) This issue focuses on families and AAC
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For consumers - Defining the term "family"
Clinical News - Family-centered: A shifting policy
Equipment - Tips for practitioners
Governmental - Impact of AAC devices on family functioning
University & Research - ISAAC's 1994 Research Symposium: Session on family-focused research
AAC and Vision - Vol. 7 #5
(September 1994) This issue focuses on sight and seeing.
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For Consumers - The ABC's of vision in AAC
Clinical News - Seeing: Issues and practices in AAC
Equipment - Symbols and devices for persons with Visual Impairment
Governmental - Groups solving problems
University & Research - RERC on Sensory aids at Smith-Kettlewell
Facilitated Communication - Vol. 7 #4
(July 1994) This issue focuses on Facilitated Communication, and what is currently known about FC training within a context of clinical practice and AAC
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For Consumers - Pointing poetry and protection
Governmental - Policy Statements in the United States
Clinical News - Read more, discover less: AAC and FC
University & Research - Beyond the message: What about the messenger
Equipment - Beyond the typewriter
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Clinical issues   Policy  
Adult Day Programs - Vol. 7 #3
(May 1994) This issue focuses on adult day programs and strategies a typical program might offer individuals with complex communication needs.
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Newsletter Contents:

For Consumers - Chapter One: The changing mission of adult day programs
Clinical News - The story: Doing meaningful things at adult day programs
Equipment - "Quick and Dirty:" Using AAC in adult day programs
Governmental - Helping at the international level
University & Research - The Institute for Rehabilitation Research (IRV) Hoensbroek, The Netherlands
Dynamic Displays - Vol. 7 #2
(March 1994) AAC devices are bringing more computer memory, smaller components, intelligible speech, high-resolution displays and color graphics to the field.
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Dynamic Displays - Dynamic Displays: An option for accessing language
Speech Output - Intelligible & affordable: A focus on recorded speech
Auditory Scanning - Characteristics of auditory scanning devices
Portability - It's smaller than a bread box and it talks, It's a ...!
Companies & devices - How to contact manufacturers of AAC devices
AAC Assessment - Vol. 7 #1
(January 1994) This issue focuses on the process of AAC Assessments.
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Newsletter Contents:

For Consumers - AAC assessment: Stakeholder views
Governmental - Nagi's Taxonomy of Disability: Helping to define the purpose of AAC assessments
Equipment - Equipment loan programs: A rationale
Clinical News - What master clinicians do and think
University & Research - Just an idea!
Topics:

Clinical issues  

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