|aAugmentative & alternative communication :|bsupporting children & adults with complex communication needs /|cby David R. Beukelman, Pat Mirenda.
|aAugmentative and alternative communication
|aBaltimore :|bPaul H. Brookes Pub. Co.,|cc2005.
|axv, 634 p. :|bill. ;|c26 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references (p. 547-605) and index.
|aAugmentative and alternative communication processes -- Message management: vocabulary, small talk, and storytelling -- Symbols and rate enhancement -- Alternative access -- Team building for AAC assessment and intervention -- Principles of assessment -- Assessment of specific capabilities -- Principles of decision making, intervention, and evaluation -- AAC issues for people with developmental disabilities -- AAC strategies for beginning communicators: opportunity and nonsymbolic interventions -- AAC strategies for beginning communicators: symbolic approaches --
|aLanguage learning and development -- Literacy development of children who use AAC / with Janet Sturm -- Educational inclusion of students who use AAC -- Adults with acquired physical disabilities / with Laura J. Ball -- Adults with severe aphasia / Kathryn L. Garrett and Joanne P. Lasker -- Adults with degenerative cognitive/linguistic disorders / with Elizabeth K. Hanson -- Individuals with traumatic brain injury / with Susan Fager -- AAC in intensive and acute medical settings.
|aPeople with disabilities|xMeans of communication.
|aCommunication devices for people with disabilities.
|aCommunication Aids for Disabled.
|3Table of contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0511/2005011941.html