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"AAC Interventions to Maximize Language Development in Young Children"

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Date Added to MERLOT: April 16, 2010
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Submitter : L Warner

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In this webcast, Janice Light discusses her research into the early use of AAC in children with impairments of communication.  In order to maximize their communication and language skills, there must be appropriate AAC design and "effective techniques to implement AAC with young children who have significant communication... More

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CAPCSCD, AAC, KASA

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Primary Audience: Graduate School
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Language: English
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