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AAC and ICF: A good fit to emphasize outcomes

AAC and ICF: A good fit to emphasize outcomes, Fried-Oken, M., and Granlund M. , AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Mar, Volume 28, Issue 1, p.1-2, (2012)
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AAC personnel framework - adult acquired complex communication needs (summary)

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This research examined the framework of support for people who rely on AAC because of acquired medical conditions.

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FAQs - AAC + training

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  • Where can I get training on AAC? Will it cost me anything and will I have to pay for it?

This is dependent on your role and which elements of AAC you want to be trained in. The Communication Matters (CM) website contains information for people who are new to AAC and CM produces a number of 'Focus on ...' leaflets which provide a very simple introduction to various aspects of AAC.

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Jeff's experiences after leaving school

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Born in 1980, Jeff used a communication aid for most of his school life. He was very proficient, and used it in all the lessons.  Jeff also used his aid in social settings, clubs and day centres, and was even one of the stars in a film made by a large disability charity, to raise awareness of the life changing benefits of AAC.

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