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Communication Matters Journal 2010

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Journal Vol. 24 No. 1Vol. 24 No. 1  April 2010

  • Visiting Alien Planets: Taking AAC outside of the usual environments (Sophie Scott)
  • The Lancasterian Pupils' Press: Developing a symbolised newspaper (Alli Gaskin)
  • Head Switches to Eye Gaze: A bumpy journey! (Ruth McMorran)
  • The National AAC Coordinator for England Anna Reeves (interviewed by Dithe Fisher)
  • Supporting Children Who Use AAC to Talk About Bereavement or Loss (Shelagh Crossley)
  • Capturing the Code: Making high street toys and home appliances accessible (Sally Chan)
  • 1Voice Role Models and Holistic Support (Katie Clarke)
  • Leonard Cheshire Disability Communication Project: Final evaluation (Steven Bloch & Jane Maxim)
  • One Symbol Language for All Children: The Newcastle Symbol Project (Philippa Robinson & Mary Lavender)
  • The Pittsburgh Employment Conference for Augmented Communicators (Peter Zein)

Journal Vol. 24 No. 2Vol. 24 No. 2  August 2010

  • Communication: It does help to talk (Hannah Rogers)
  • Sing Up: Helping children find their singing voice! (Doug Bott & Sally Chan)
  • A Journey with AAC (Julie Bello)
  • Life Mapping, Transition Planning and Communicating (Terry Gibson & Michael Reed)
  • Facilitated Communication: The current ‘state of play’ (Anne Emerson & Andrew Grayson)
  • Exploring Multiple Factors Affecting Participation Outcomes for Children with Communication Aids (Tom Griffiths, Michael Clarke, K V Petrides, C Newton, Katie Price & Andrew Lysley)
  • Exploring the Use of Graphic Symbols: An introduction to two pieces of recent postgraduate research (Louise Greenstock & Eliada Pampoulou)
  • What Do Users Really Want From Communication Aids? An introduction to the D4D AAC project (Gill Townend & Simon Judge)

Journal Vol. 24 No. 3Vol. 24 No. 3  November 2010

  • The Truth, the Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth – Labelled? (Beth Moulam)
  • ‘Talk to me as a teenage girl’: An anthropological study of identity and lifeworlds with teenage AAC users (Mary Wickenden)
  • Communication About Emotion Matters: Developing an Emotional Voice (Claire Murray)
  • An Evaluation of the Development of a Specialist County-wide Augmentative and Alternative Communication Service (Heather Bovingdon & Christine Cotterill)
  • Early Intervention: What happened to ‘wait and see’? (Helen Dixon)
  • Engineering the Environment with Story, Drama, and Music (Chris Roberts & Sue Rowney)
  • ‘Telling Stories’: A Pilot Study investigating the key features of AAC speakers’ fictional narrative interaction (Pippa Bailey & Karen Bunning)
  • Across the Board: Community AAC support (Jason Tutin)
  • AAC and Autism: How are people really using voice output communication aids? (Andrea McGuinness & Lisa Farrand)
  • The Pixon Project: Implementing an AAC Language Development Curriculum (Gail M. Van Tatenhove)