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AAC 2000: Practical Approaches to Augmentative and Alternative Communication

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  • Author/Editor: Allan Wilson
  • Published: 2000
  • ISBN: 9781898042174
  • Format: A4 stapled paperback
  • Pages: 62

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Collected papers from Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland's tenth annual study day.

These papers cover a wide range of topics, including the development of software applications, transition issues and the views of people who use communication aids.

  • Editorial: Now we are Ten! Allan Wilson
  • Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland - Project Awards
  • The Future, Scott Barbour
  • My Experiences as an AAC User at an Evening Class in Psychology, Kate Ellis
  • AAC User Presentations, Jamie Duncan and Shelley Thomson
  • The Freedom to be Independent and Mobile, Nick Hine
  • Picture to Print: Problems, Puzzles and Principles, Martine Smith
  • Don't Hang Up! Joan Murphy and Janet Scott
  • Overcoming Barriers: First Time Experience of Transfer from Primary to Secondary, Patricia Powers and Deborah Jans
  • A Three Year Transition from Primary to Secondary School for Non-speaking Pupils, Margaret Girdler and Caroline Rendle
  • Switch Play Learning and Technology: A Toy Lending Library Project, Sue Clark
  • Use of Cost-effective Materials Dave Burke
  • Introducing Symbols to Special Education, Jane Donnelly
  • AAC and Legal Procedures, Lynn Walker and Janet Scott
  • Integrating a Story-based Aid within the Curriculum, Annalu Waller et al
  • Windows CE as a Platform for AAC, Paul Hawes
  • CALLtalk: A New Dynamic Screen Communication Vocabulary, Sally Millar

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