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accessing assistive technology and communication equipment: there is a vast array of AAC equipment which mirrors the individual needs of people who may use AAC and to determine the right specification for an individual they should have a specialised assessment which considers a number of equipment options

Critical Issues Using Brain-Computer Interfaces for Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Critical Issues Using Brain-Computer Interfaces for Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Hill, K., Kovacs T., and Shin S. , Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Volume 96, Issue 3 supplement 1, p.S8-S15, (2015)
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Huffman and Linear Scanning Methods with Statistical Language Models

Huffman and Linear Scanning Methods with Statistical Language Models, Roark, B., Fried-Oken M., and Gibbons C. , Journal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Volume 31, Issue 1, p.37-50, (2015)
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Social media experiences of adolescents and young adults with cerebral palsy who use augmentative and alternative communication (summary)

Social
Media
 
Experiences
 
of
People
 
with
Cerebral Palsy
 
who
 
use
AAC

Background

Recent developments in technology have increased opportunities for communication through social media.

For people who use augmentative and alternative communication (PWUAAC) the new opportunities are not always matched by improved access.

A much lower percentage of people with disabilities use the internet than those without disabilities across all age groups. People who do not have internet access might become isolated compared to those who do.

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Social media experiences of adolescents and young adults with cerebral palsy who use augmentative and alternative communication (short summary)

Social
Media
 
Experiences
 
of
People
 
with
Cerebral Palsy
 
who
 
use
AAC

Recent developments in technology have increased opportunities for communication through social media, however for people who use augmentative and alternative communication (PWUAAC) the new opportunities are not always matched by improved access.

A much lower percentage of people with disabilities use the internet than those without disabilities across all age groups.

This study looked at the views and experiences of adults who have cerebral palsy about using social media.

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