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Communication Matters Journal 2008

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Journal Vol. 22 No. 1Vol. 22 No.1  April 2008

  • Party Time: A Party for Youngsters who use AAC (Pamela Cornwallis & Dithe Fisher)
  • A Survey of AAC Need in a Children's Hospital (Chris Sherlock)
  • Identity in Teenagers who use AAC (Mary Wickenden)
  • Tamsin Starts to Talk (Clare Latham)
  • 'Listen to Me' 1Voice DVD (Katie Clarke)
  • Communication Matters' Submission to the Bercow Review (Liz Moulam)
  • Keeping Pace with (Assistive) Technology (Steven Bloch, Michael Clarke & Ann Gresswell)
  • The Politics of High-Tech AAC in England and Wales (Marc Bush & Ruth Scott)
  • AAC – More Than Just Speech Therapy (Karen Sheffield & Helen Millward)
  • The Possible Role of the Speech and Language Therapist in Facilitating Successful Vocational Participation for People who use AAC (Vicki Allan)
  • Talking Mats and Dementia (Joan Murphy, Cindy M Gray & Sylvia Cox)

Journal Vol. 22 No. 2Vol. 22 No.2  August 2008

  • Journey to Independence and Equality (Simon Wilson)
  • Developing an ICT/AAC Outreach Service (Judith Pilkington & Dot Reeves)
  • Teaming Models and Processes at a Specialist FE College (Alison Lawrence & Catherine Maunder)
  • AAC for Communication and Expression (Daisy Clay)
  • The Participation in Education Project: I want to choose too! (Debby Watson & Anthony Feiler)
  • AAC City & Guilds Course: From Qualification to Therapy Tool (Mary Lass & Trudy Bore)
  • Improving Communication Systems with Data Analysis: Methods, Approaches and Privacy (Barney Hawes)
  • Disambiguation (Predictive Texting) for AAC (Simon Judge & Mark Landeryou)

Journal Vol. 22 No. 3Vol. 22 No.3  November 2008

  • Give Me A Choice! (Catherine Harris)
  • Kingsley Communication (Kevin Latham)
  • Children Without A Voice (Dawn Davies)
  • What Dance Means to Me (Alan Martin)
  • A Brilliant Evening at Downing Street (Liz Moulam)
  • The ISAAC 2008 Conference (Liz Moulam, Joan Murphy, Sandra Hartley & Beth Moulam)
  • Travels with My Laptop (Sarah Ezekiel)
  • From Autumn to Autumn (Terry Gibson & Michael Reed)
  • Supporting Children Who Use AAC in Mainstream Education (Daisy Clay)