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Published by CALL Centre, University of Edinburgh in Edinburgh .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Communicative disorders -- Congresses.,
  • Handicapped -- Scotland -- Means of communication -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

ContributionsGalloway, Helen., Millar, Sally., University of Edinburgh. CALL Centre.
The Physical Object
Pagination51 p. :
Number of Pages51
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15215253M
ISBN 101898042004
OCLC/WorldCa28964454

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  This book was produced by Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland, an open group composed of people who have an active interest in augmentative communication, including users of AAC, families, carers and professionals from a variety of different disciplines. The main activity is the organisation of an annual Study Day on AAC. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) AAC is a term that's used to describe various methods of communication that can help people who are unable to use verbal speech to communicate. Right to Speak. CALL Scotland was commissioned by NHS Education for Scotland (NES) through the A Right to Speak initiative.   It’s that time again – the Family Fun Day is back! Come and join us at CALL Scotland 11am-4pm on Saturday 21st April Run by specialist staff (CALL, FAACT, KEYCOMM, SCTCI, TASSCC and others) and funded by Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland, this is a chance for families of children with additional support needs to try out and learn about software, hardware, and.   Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland have agreed to sponsor one person who uses augmentative and alternative communication (AAC User) from Scotland so that they will be able to attend this year’s Communication Matters National AAC Conference, to be held at the University of Leeds between Sunday 9 th and Tuesday 11 th September,

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Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland ACiP:S is a Scottish network of AAC service providers and people who use AAC. It acts as a central point of contact for AAC in Scotland, providing information and publications, Study Days, and events for people who use AAC, and for professionals. Email: [email protected] Tel: Email: [email protected] book gives an overview of AAC, covering low-tech and Websites: Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland ACiP:S is a Scottish network of AAC service providers and people who use AAC. This chapter discusses Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) for individuals with motor disabilities. Motor disabilities do not only affect movement, but very often also affect : Alexandros Pino. Effective Augmentative and Alternative Communication Practices provides a user-friendly handbook for any school-based practitioner, whether you are a special education teacher, an augmentative and.