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complex communication needs (CCN) is a term used in reference to people with severe communication impairments; including autism spectrum disorders, cerebral palsy, Down's syndrome and multiple disabilities

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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AAC adults acquired neurological conditions (summary)

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This article is about people who have grown up with typical speech and language skills. They have lost those skills for a number of reasons, as detailed below. 


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AAC for adults with acquired neurological conditions: a review

AAC for adults with acquired neurological conditions: a review, Beukelman, D. R., Fager S. K., Ball L. J., and Deitz A. , Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Volume 23, Issue 3, p.230-242, (2007)
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Volunteering and paid work for adults who use AAC

Volunteering and paid work for adults who use AAC, Trembath, D., Balandin S., Stancliffe R. J., and Togher L. , Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, Jun, Volume 22, Issue 3, p.201-218, (2010)
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complex communication needs (CCN)

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A term used in relation to complex developmental conditions, that affect children throughout their lives.

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The experiences of adults with complex communication needs who volunteer

The experiences of adults with complex communication needs who volunteer, Trembath, D., Balandin S., Togher L., and Stancliffe R. J. , Disability and Rehabilitation: An International, Multidisciplinary Journal, Volume 32, Issue 11, p.885-898, (2010)
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