Communicative Competence for Individuals who Use AAC: From Research to Effective Practice
Janice Catherine Light, David R. Beukelman, Joe Reichle
Brookes Publishing Company, Jan 1, 2003 - Education - 520 pages
Relevant for children and adults at all stages of communication development, this work should be of use to rehabilitation professionals who work with AAC users. It covers linguistic competence, operational competence, social competence, and strategic competence.
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