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Communication services and supports for individuals with severe disabilities : guidance for assessment and intervention

By: Brady, Nancy C.
Contributor(s): Bruce, Susan | Goldman, Amy | Erickson, Karen | Mineo, Beth | Ogletree, Bill T | Paul, Diane | Romski, Mary Ann | Sevcik, Rose | Siegel, Ellin | Schoonover, Judith | Snell, Marti | Sylvester, Lorraine | Wilkinson, Krista.
Series: American Journal on Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 121 (2) March 2016: 121-138. 2016Subject(s): SEVERE PROFOUND AND MULTIPLE DISABILITIES | SUPPORT SERVICES | HUMAN RIGHTS | COMMUNICATION | NATIONAL JOINT COMMITTEE FOR THE COMMUNICATION NEEDS OF PEOPLE WITH SEVERE DISABILITIES (njc) | COMMUNICATION BILL OF RIGHTSOnline resources: https://ihc.idm.oclc.org/login?url=http://www.aaiddjournals.org/doi/full/10.1352/1944-7558-121.2.121 IHC Library Members Summary: The National Joint Committee for the Communication Needs of People With Severe Disabilities (NJC) reviewed literature regarding practices for people with severe disabilities in order to update guidance provided in documents originally published in 1992. Changes in laws, definitions, and policies that affect communication attainments by persons with severe disabilities are presented, along with guidance regarding assessment and intervention practices. A revised version of the Communication Bill of Rights, a powerful document that describes the communication rights of all individuals, including those with severe disabilities is included in this article.
List(s) this item appears in: Care of the older adult. July 2017 | Services - Joanne Farrell
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The National Joint Committee for the Communication Needs of People With Severe Disabilities (NJC) reviewed literature regarding practices for people with severe disabilities in order to update guidance provided in documents originally published in 1992. Changes in laws, definitions, and policies that affect communication attainments by persons with severe disabilities are presented, along with guidance regarding assessment and intervention practices. A revised version of the Communication Bill of Rights, a powerful document that describes the communication rights of all individuals, including those with severe disabilities is included in this article.

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