Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Special Education Technology-British Columbia Working Collaboratively with School Teams to Provide and Implement Assistive Technology

 
Author(s) Lois Turner, MS
Sharon O'Dornan, MA
Paul Carson, BEd
Volume 19
Number 4
Year 1995
Page(s) 286-288
Language English
Category
Keywords augmentative
alternative
communication
AAC
Abstract
Record ID 208
Link http://cjslpa.ca/files/1995_JSLPA_Vol_19/No_04_213-288/Turner_ODornan_Carson_JSLPA_1995.pdf
 
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