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Inclusion 2 - Vol. 8 #6
(December 1995) The issue continues the focus on inclusive education begun in the last issue (Volume 8, No. 5).
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Governmental - Inclusive education: The legal test
For Consumers - Supporting parents and family members
Clinical News - Helping: The right kind
Equipment - Using technology to support inclusion
Inclusion 1 - Vol. 8 #5
(October 1995) The purpose of this issue is not to argue that children who use AAC should be in inclusive education
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University & Research - What's the verdict?
Equipment - Technology and inclusion
Governmental - ASHA takes a stand squarely in the middle
Clinical News - Introducing AAC to classmates
Effective Team Procedures - Vol. 8 #4
(September 1995) This issue focuses on the ways effective AAC teams can (1) work cooperatively to solve the range of problems they may face and (2) take steps that lead to successful outcomes.
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AAC Teams - 2,4,6,8, How do we collaborate?
Building Consensus - Brainstorming & Storyboarding: Communication needs, skills, abilities, goals and more
Action Planning - Who does what, by when? Accountability
Participation Planning - Hour by hour; Day by day
Time to Specify - Selecting AAC devices and assistive technology
Angelman Syndrome - Vol. 8 #3
(June 1995) This issue focuses on the use of AAC techniques and technologies with children who have Angelman Syndrome (AS).
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Newsletter Contents:

For Consumers - Angelman Syndrome (AS) & AAC
Clinical News - Augmentative communication across the life span in AS
Equipment - Low and high tech strategies across the life span
Governmental - Support groups for persons with AS
University & Research - What are the questions?
Repetitive strain/Stress Injuries and AAC - Vol. 8 #2
(April 1995) This issue highlight the risks associated with using computers and AAC devices, and advocates for the use of approaches that will protect AAC users from repetetive stress injuries (RSI) throughout their lives.
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Newsletter Contents:

For Consumers - Repetitive strain injuries and AAC
Clinical News - Finding safe controls: Considerations that guide decisions
Equipment - On-screen keyboards: More options
Governmental - Safety at work and in school
University & Research - The adaptive Technology Resource Centre at the University of Toronto
AAC Outcomes - Vol. 8 #1
(February 1995) This issue focuses on desired outcomes of AAC services and devices and what we are doing to measure AAC outcomes
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Newsletter Contents:

Clinical News - AAC outcomes: Definitions & the WHO
For Consumers - AAC stakeholders: It's all relative
University & Research - Measurement of Outcomes
Governmental - AAC model policy: Medicaid coverage
Equipment - Manufacturer perspectives

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