Parents' priorities for AAC and related instruction for their children with Angelman Syndrome.

@article{Calculator2010ParentsPF,
  title={Parents' priorities for AAC and related instruction for their children with Angelman Syndrome.},
  author={Stephen N. Calculator and Tibbany N. Black},
  journal={Augmentative and alternative communication},
  year={2010},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={
          30-40
        }
}
This investigation examined the extent to which a set of 98 best practices in AAC, previously agreed upon by a panel of experts in AAC and inclusive education, reflected the actual preferences of 32 parents of children diagnosed with Angelman Syndrome. Parents' responses were examined in relation to whether their children were currently in mostly integrated (MI) settings with children without disabilities, or mostly segregated settings with other children with disabilities. With two exceptions… CONTINUE READING
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