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Practical Approaches to Support Communication

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  • Author/Editor: Allan Wilson
  • Published: 2006
  • ISBN: 9781898042273
  • Format: A4 Paperback
  • Pages: 76

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This book contains papers presented at the 2006 Augmentative Communication in Practice:Scotland Study Day held on the 7th November at the Stirling Management Centre.

  • Practical Solutions to Support Communication, Allan Wilson
  • Talk as I Choose! Scott Barbour
  • Visions, Dreams, Reality - AAC in the 21st Century: A Reflection on AAC and Vocalisation, Dr Annalu Waller
  • The Transitional Living Unit: A Smart Solution, Jeremy Linskell
  • Introducing Augmentative and Alternative Methods of Communication into a Preschool Setting’ Sandra Watt
  • Party Time: Holding a Party for Young AAC Users, Dithe Fisher
  • Symbolising the Mainstream Environment, Jane Donnelly & Jacqueline Price
  • Shared Reading - From Theory to Practice, Susan McAuley & Louise Brady
  • Where to Begin with Visual Strategies, Denise Laverty
  • Further Education - Consulting Young People with Communication Difficulties for their Views, Sally Millar & Stuart Aitken
  • Matthew Robertson - AAC User! Matthew, Graham & Mary Robertson
  • But what do you REALLY Think? Supporting Day Services to Listen to and Learn about what People with Learning Disabilities want for their Lives, Sharon Symon & Fiona Ross
  • A Total Communication Approach to Dealing with Sexual Abuse, Maria Venditozzi
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication Options for Stroke Patients, Deborah Jans
  • From Low Tech to High Tech and Back Again: When Making Progress is Going Full Circle, Lesley Anne Smith & ‘Louise’ (AAC User)
  • Using The Grid Software to Meet the Communication Needs of Adults with Acquired Neurological Conditions, Gillian McNeill
  • Beyond the Symbol Chart: Issues for Adults with Learning Disabilities, Alison MacDonald, Mary Siggs and Catriona Bennie
  • I found it on the Net! Allan Wilson

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