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Microswitch technology for enabling self-determined responding in children with profound and multiple disabilities : a systematic review

By: Roche, Laura.
Contributor(s): Sigafoos, Jeff | Lancioni, Giulio E | O'Reilly, Mark F | Green, Vanessa A.
Series: Augmentative and Alternative Communication 31 (3) 2015: 246-258. 2015Subject(s): PROFOUND INTELLECTUAL AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY | SELF DETERMINATION | LITERATURE REVIEWS | CHILDRENSummary: Provides a systematic review of research that has evaluated the use of microswitch technology for enabling children with profound and multiple disabilities to make self-determined responses, specifically: (a) accessing preferred stimuli, (b) choosing between stimuli, and (c) recruiting attention/initiating social interaction.
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Provides a systematic review of research that has evaluated the use of microswitch technology for enabling children with profound and multiple disabilities to make self-determined responses, specifically: (a) accessing preferred stimuli, (b) choosing between stimuli, and (c) recruiting attention/initiating social interaction.

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