Augmentative and Alternative Communication

This textbook is intended to serve as the primary text for graduate-level courses in augmentative and alternative communication in speech-language pathology programs. It also serves as an essential resource for practicing clinicians"--

Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Author: Filip Loncke

Publisher: Plural Publishing

ISBN: 9781635501223

Page: 250

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