Newsletters 2008

2008 - Newsletter 1

  • Buried alive - an article by Anne McDonald on an English case of denial of communication
  • Scepticism gone septic - a report by Chris Borthwick of the online debate about a young autistic girl who uses typing to communicate
  • That'll teach you - a report of an Australian case where a young woman with disabilities won a damages case from the educational authority that hadn't given her appropriate support at school.
  • AAC for CP - an introductory piece by Rosemary Crossley about strategies for improving the communication of children with cerebral palsy who do not speak clearly or fluently.  This article is geared to carers, teachers or aides who are unfamiliar with the options available.

2008 - Newsletter 2

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