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Communication is everything I think. Parenting a child who needs Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), Marshall, J, and Goldbart J. , International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, Jan-Feb, Volume 43, Issue 1, p.77-98, (2008) Abstract
Comparing spoken language treatments for minimally verbal pre-schoolers with autism spectrum disorders, Paul, R., Campbell D., Gilbert K., and Tsiouri I. , Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, Volume 43, Issue 2, p.418-431, (2013) Abstract
A comparison of two approaches for representing AAC vocabulary for young children, Worah, S., McNaughton D B., Light J. C., and Benedek-Wood E. , International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology , Volume 17, Issue 5, p.460-469, (2015) Abstract
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The effect of aided language stimulation on vocabulary acquisition in children with little or no functional speech, Dada, S., and Alant E. , American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, Volume 18, Issue 1, p.50-64, (2009) Abstract
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Long-term effects of PECS on social–communicative skills of children with autism spectrum disorders: a follow-up study, Lerna, A., Eposito D., Conson M., and Massagli A. , International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, Volume 49, Issue 4, p.478-485, (2014) Abstract
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