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voice, language, speech, and hearing difficulties children and adults may have expressing themselves

Providing instructional support for AAC service delivery in low- and middle-income (LAMI) countries (summary)

Training
 
for
AAC
Service
 
Delivery
 
in
Low
 
and
Middle
Income
Countries

Background

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Providing instructional support for AAC service delivery in low- and middle-income (LAMI) countries (short summary)

Training
 
for
AAC
Service
 
Delivery
 
in
Low
 
and
Middle
Income
countries

Many people with disabilities live in poverty. Providing augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) services for people with complex communication needs (CCN) who live in low and middle income (LAMI) countries can be challenging. Many individuals in LAMI countries do not receive communication rehabilitation services.

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Children Who Use Communication Aids Instructing Peer and Adult Partners During Play-Based Activity (summary)

Children
 
Who
 
Use
AAC
 
Giving
Instructions
 
During
Play

Background

Play is important to children’s social, emotional and cognitive development, helping to develop an understanding of the world, problem solving skills etc. It is not known how limited access to play might affect children with significant motor impairment who use communication aids as they acquire language.

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