Augmentative and Alternative Communication Systems for the Motor Disabled

@inproceedings{Pino2014AugmentativeAA,
  title={Augmentative and Alternative Communication Systems for the Motor Disabled},
  author={A. Pino},
  year={2014}
}
  • A. Pino
  • Published 2014
  • Computer Science
  • This chapter discusses Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) for individuals with motor disabilities. Motor disabilities do not only affect movement, but very often also affect speech. In these cases where voice is very weak, speech is unintelligible, or motor problems in the human speech production systems do not allow a person to speak, AAC is introduced. Aided and unaided communication is explained, and low and high tech AAC examples are illustrated. The ITHACA framework for… CONTINUE READING
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