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Comparing PECS and VOCA to promote communication opportunities and to reduce stereotyped behaviors by three girls with Rett syndrome
Technological aids to support choice strategies by three girls with Rett syndrome.
Promoting adaptive behaviors by two girls with Rett syndrome through a microswitch-based program
Assessing the effects of stimulation versus microswitch-based programmes on indices of happiness of students with multiple disabilities.
- G. Lancioni, N. Singh, J. Groeneweg
- MedicineJournal of intellectual disability research…
- 1 October 2006
Microswitch-based programmes might be deemed preferable to stimulation programmes because they can promote higher or comparable indices of happiness while promoting the acquisition of adaptive responses and self-determination.
Computer and microswitch-based programs to improve academic activities by six children with cerebral palsy.
Assessing the impact and social perception of self-regulated music stimulation with patients with Alzheimer's disease.
Enhancing academic performance of three boys with autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disabilities through a computer-based program
We assessed a computer-based rehabilitative program (i.e., tablet device with touch screen and adapted software) to improve academic performance and to increase the on-task behavior of three children…
Comparing two different orientation strategies for promoting indoor traveling in people with Alzheimer's disease.
A microswitch-cluster program to enhance object manipulation and to reduce hand mouthing by three boys with autism spectrum disorders and intellectual disabilities
Assistive technology-based programs to promote communication and leisure activities by three children emerged from a minimal conscious state
- F. Stasolla, A. Caffò, Rita Damiani, V. Perilli, A. D. Leone, V. Albano
- PsychologyCognitive Processing
- 1 February 2015
AT program showed to be suitable for promoting constructive engagement and literacy behaviors by children with TBI and scores of social validation assessment showed that the combination of both behaviors was preferable to the same considered separately.