Newsletter Contents: Clinical News - The Internet: What's the big deal? For Consumers - Part I: The challenge of getting online, Part II: Designing accessible web pages Governmental - AAC in Latin America: Making connections University & Research - AAC education online Equipment - Access to the World Wide Web
Newsletter Contents: SLP caseloads - What do SLPs do? ASHA 1995 Omnibus survey SLPs doing AAC - Two Nebraska surveys: School and health-care settings Example #1 - Time study and caseload allocation: Large institution for adults Example #2 - Time study and caseload allocation: Public school setting Example #3 - Time study and caseload allocation: Children's rehabilitation facility
Conventional Literacy - Vol. 9 #4
(August 1996) This issue shines the spotlight on the acquisition of conventional literacy skills in individuals who use augmentative and alternative communication techniques.
Newsletter Contents: For Consumers - What's standing in the way? Governmental - Literacy Bill of Rights Clinical News - Assessment of literacy skills in persons who use AAC University and Research - What the research says Equipment - Two examples: Learning to read and write, Reading and writing to learn
Newsletter Contents: Clinical News - AAC and emergent literacy For Consumers - Summon the troops University and Research - Next steps in emergent literacy research Governmental - International Literacy Day: September 8th Equipment - Emergent literacy materials
Newsletter Contents: For Consumers - The third thirty: Keep on communicating! Clinical News - Who can benefit? Storytelling and poetry Equipment - Making technology user friendly University & Research - Aging with cerebral palsy: An Australian study Governmental - Australia: A happening place
Newsletter Contents: For Consumers - Then, now, and next steps Clinical News - AAC strategies and approaches Equipment - Wish lists 1990 and 1996 University & Research - Questions for researchers Governmental - Crises pending: Action required