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Widening the Perspective

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  • Author/Editor: Sally Millar and Allan Wilson
  • Published: 1995
  • ISBN: 9781898042075
  • Format: A4 stapled paperback
  • Pages: 68

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Collected papers from Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland's 1995 Study Day.

The papers here contain examples both of the urgent need for wider perspectives concerning AAC use and of cases where a wide perspective has yielded positive outcomes for AAC users of all ages. Papers were written by specialists in a range of disciplines including Speech and Language Therapists, teachers and engineers, as well as by AAC users.

  • Editorial, Sally Millar and Allan Wilson
  • Leaving School-Crisis or Opportunity: Which is it for AAC Users? Janet Larcher
  • AAC in the Community-A Personal Viewpoint, Danny McFadden
  • AAC in Our Community, Donald Currie, Danny McFadden and Stephen Riddell
  • Attitudes and Strategies towards AAC: An Interactive Approach to Training, Janet Scott and Joan Murphy
  • Assessment in AAC, Joan Murphy
  • Expanding the Frontiers of AAC: Is there Life after Education? David W. H. Morris and Anthony S. Robertson
  • Augmentative Communication and Literacy: The SAIL Kit Approach, Sally Millar and Jean Kerr
  • Strategies for Developing Pre-reading Skills for Nursery AAC Users, Lynda Nichol and Caroline Rendle
  • Introducing a Reading Scheme to AAC Users, Margaret Girdler and Julie Frame
  • Games Children Play: Making Augmentative Communication Fun, Deborah Jans and Rosie Gilbride
  • AAC Users need Coordinated Services, Fiona Fenton, Winnie Taylor and Morag Watson
  • "Miss What's She Saying?" Training the Peers of an AC System User, Kathleen Cavin and Pamela Cornwallis
  • Using the TALK System for Informal Conversation, John Todman and Sylvia Grant
  • Customising Access to Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Colin Geggie and Sue Clark
  • Access to Augmentative Communication and Augmentative Mobility, Paul Nisbet
  • Multimedia-Plocka A Software Tool for Non-programmers, Peter Head and Patrick Poon
  • Doorway A Development System for the Acorn A Series Computers, Philip Whittaker
  • Clicker and Clicker Plus: Easy Switch or Pointer Access for Students at All Levels, John Crick
  • Evaluating TalksBac an AAC System for Dysphasic Adults, Fiona Dennis, Annalu Waller, Nik Whitehead, Alistair Y. Cairns, Jan K. Brodie, Alan F. Newell, Ketron Morrison
  • From Lab to Laptop: An Example of Technology Transfer, Annalu Waller, Norman Alm and Nigel Wallace

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