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Speech-language pathologists' perceptions of implementing communication intervention with students with multiple and severe disabilities

By: De Bortoli, Tania.
Contributor(s): Arthur-Kelly, Michael | Mathisen, Bernice Balandin, Susan.
Series: Augmentative and Alternative Communication 30 (1) 2014: 55-70.Publisher: 2014Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | COMMUNICATION | INTERVENTION | SPEECH THERAPISTS | PERCEPTIONS | AUSTRALIASummary: Explores the perceptions and experiences of speech-language pathologists in respect of communication intervention for students with multiple and severe disabilities. Identifies six main themes encompassing obstacles and supports.
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Explores the perceptions and experiences of speech-language pathologists in respect of communication intervention for students with multiple and severe disabilities. Identifies six main themes encompassing obstacles and supports.

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