Communication for the Speechless
Allyn and Bacon, 1995 - Communication devices for people with disabilities - 403 pages
*HA18, Communication for the Speechless, 3/e, Franklin H. Silverman(Marquette University), 18487-9, 384 pp., 6 x 9, 0-133-10954-2, paperbound, 1995, $34.50nk, August?*/This bookUs primary goal is preparing students for clinical work with persons who are severely communicatively impaired. It provides a full set of strategies and devices for working with the communicatively impaired, and teaches methods for selecting those most appropriate to the individual client.
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