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Challenges and opportunities in augmentative and alternative communication: Research and technology development to enhance communication and participation for individuals with complex communication needs

By: Light, Janice.
Contributor(s): McNaughton, David | Beukelman, David | Fager, Susan Koch | Fried-Oken, Melanie | Jakobs, Thomas | Jakobs, Erik.
Series: Augmentative and Alternative Communication 35 (1) March 2019: 1-12. 2019Subject(s): Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center on Augmentative and Alternative Communication | ALTERNATIVE COMMUNICATION | COMPLEX NEEDS | ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY | RESEARCH | OPPORTUNITIES | CHALLENGES | RESEARCH | AAC | The RERC on ACCOnline resources: Click to read article online IHC Library Members Summary: This paper discusses key advances in the AAC field, delineates challenges, and discusses future directions to address these challenges, specifically as they relate to research and development to enhance AAC interventions and technologies for individuals with complex communication needs and their families.
List(s) this item appears in: ASD and challenging behaviour. June 2019
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This paper discusses key advances in the AAC field, delineates challenges, and discusses future directions to address these challenges, specifically as they relate to research and development to enhance AAC interventions and technologies for individuals with complex communication needs and their families.

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