- DISABILITY JARGON
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- Heckler, S. (1994). Facilitated communication: A response by child protection. Child Abuse and Neglect, 18(6), 495-503.
- Huer, M.B., & Yaniv, K. (2006, Dec. 26) Access to Justice: An SLP's guide to helping persons with complex communication needs voice their case. The ASHA Leader, 11(17), 6-7, 28-29.
- Oosterhoorn, R., & Kendrick, A. (2001). No sign of harm: Issues for disabled children communicating about abuse. Child Abuse Review, 10(4), 243-253.
- Tiapula, S. (2005). Learning to Read the Signs: Prosecution Strategies for Child Abuse Cases with Deaf Victims and Witnesses. Update, 18(5). American Prosecutors Research institute.
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- Communication Devices
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- Communication Disorders Interview I
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- Autism Spectrum Interview (3)
- Webinar: Understanding and Communicating with Children with Communication Disabilities
- Part A: Chart 3: Thinking About Adaptations
- Part B: Chart 5: Individuals with Communication Disorders
- Part B: Chart 6: Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder
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