• Psychology
  • Published 2000

Explorative Case Study of Communicative Competence in 19 Year-Old Male with Severe Communication Impairments

@inproceedings{Schuster2000ExplorativeCS,
  title={Explorative Case Study of Communicative Competence in 19 Year-Old Male with Severe Communication Impairments},
  author={Rebecca Schuster},
  year={2000}
}
The development of communication and language skills is vital to fulfilling the goals of expressing needs and wants, exchanging information, and developing social closeness. The process of building communicative competence in children with cognitive, motor, and language impairments varies greatly from communication and language development in children without disabilities. A child with communication impairments must be assessed for skills and strengths on which to build and must be assisted… CONTINUE READING

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