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Issue Articles and Authors
Nov 2014
Vol 28(3)

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  • A New Approach to Communicating Through Touch: Tactile Signing for Sensory Learners (TaSSeLs) (Denise Charnock & Joe Woodall)
  • Arabic/English Symbol Dictionary: Early Challenges and Technological Opportunities (E A Draffan, Nawar Halabi, Mike Wald, Amal Idris, Amatullah Kadous & Aejaz Zahid)
  • Assistant University Tutor in Speech, Language and Communication (Scott Stack)
  • How a Range of AAC Methods have Supported Participation within Sense Scotland’s Service User Consultation Group (Tina Yu & Margaret MacKenzie)
  • Parent Power: Training and empowering communication partners to support high tech AAC users (Alison Webb)
  • Pictorial Communication: Making it Happen (Christine Fincham)
  • Positive Health in a Person Centred Way: No decision about me without me (Tina Seed & Linda Naveran)
  • Strategies in AAC Implementation: Parents' and AAC Users’ Perspectives (Eliane Mackintosh)
  • Talking Mats and Families living with Dementia (Joan Murphy)
  • Testing the Validity and Inter-rater Reliability of the Therapy Outcome Measure for AAC (Sally Boa, Joan Murphy & Pamela Enderby)
  • The MND Association Wheelchair Project: The right chair at the right time (Christine Orr)
Aug 2014
Vol 28(2)

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  • AAC Support in Rett Syndrome (Sally-Ann Garrett & Hector Minto)
  • Communication Matters Online Survey (Tom Griffiths)
  • Connectedness (Beth Moulam & Emma Green)
  • Experimental Evaluation of SPEAKall! (Oliver Wendt)
  • Facilitated Communication: Asking the Appropriate Research Question (Marion Stanton)
  • HeadBanger: Tracking Head Position as a Controller (Matthew Oppenheim & Zak Sly)
  • Increasing the Communicative Opportunities for VOCA Use Through Staff/Parent Training (Tamzin Gribble, Dr Ruth Firth, Dr Allegra Cattani & Dr Lauren Carroll)
  • Outcome Measures in AAC (Sally Boa)
  • The Aphasia Software Finder (Sarah Woodward)
  • Using Kinect as an Engagement and Emerging Communication Tool for Low Functioning Pupils with Autism and SLD (Anthony Rhys)
  • What the Exam Boards Said (Marion Stanton)
Apr 2014
Vol 28(1)

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  • Communication in Natasha's World (Julie Bello)
  • Connect to Control: How we can do the 'bells and whistles' (Rohan Slaughter)
  • Facilitating Participation in Children with Four-Limb Cerebral Palsy (Kerynne Thompson, Nicky Wood, Marian Nairac, Friedl Jansen van Vuuren & Rebecca Judge)
  • Motor Neurone Disease: A review of local service provision - What lessons can we learn? (Victoria Styles & Polly Wingate-Saul)
  • Practical Low-Tech/No Tech Approaches for Schoolchildren with Special Needs in Low-Resource Countries (Harvey Pressman)
  • Student Speech and Language Therapists using AAC in the Community (Amy Jayne Garnett)
  • The Development of Specialised AAC Services in England: Update (Sally Chan)
  • The Practicalities of Mapping AAC Services in England (Victoria Johnson & Simon Judge)
  • YouTube, Facebook, Twitter: The facilitation of readiness for high-tech AAC through computer access (Jodie Rogers)

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