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AAC References

American Speech-Language & Hearing Association (ASHA). (1989). Competencies for speech-language pathologists providing services in augmentative communication. ASHA, 31, 107-110.

Balandin, S., & Iacono, T. (1998) A few well-chosen words. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 14, 147-161.

Beukelman, D., Jones, R., & Rowan (1989). Frequency of word usage by nondisabled peers in integrated preschool classrooms. Augmentative and Alternative Communications, 5, 243-248.

Beukelman, D., & Mirenda, P. (1992). Augmentative and alternative communication: management of severe communication disorders in children and adults. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Beukelman, D., & Mirenda, P. (1998). Augmentative and alternative communication: management of severe communication disorders in children and adults. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Beukelman, D., Yorkston, K., Poblete, M., & Naranjo, C. (1984). Frequency of word occurrence in communication samples produced by adult communication aid users. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 49, 360-367.

Blackstone, S. (1988). Vocabulary selection: current practices and a glimpse at the future. Augmentative Communication News, 7 (5).

Blackstone, S. W. (1990a) Augmentative Communication News 3, no. 1 . Monterey, CA:. Augmentative Communication News, Inc.

Blackstone, S. W. (1990b) Augmentative Communication News 3, no. 4 . Monterey, CA: Augmentative Communication News, Inc.

Blackstone, S. W. (1995) "Outcomes in AAC. " Conference Report Alliance 95 . Monterey, CA: Augmentative Communication News, Inc.

Blackstone, S. W. (1992) Augmentative Communication News 5, no. 4 . Monterey, CA: Augmentative Communication, Inc.

Blackstone, S. (1995). Augmentative communication news. Augmentative Communication News, Inc., 8(4).

Blackstone, S. (1999) "Different strokes for different folks." Augmentative Communication News 12, 7-9 . Monterey, CA: Augmentative Communication News, Inc.

Calculator, S.N. & Jorgensen, S.M. (1991) Integrating AAC instruction into regular education settings: Expounding on best practices. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 7, 204-214. (This article is on E-Reserves for this course.)

Collier, B. (2000). See what we say: situational vocabulary for adults who use augmentative and alternative communication. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Culp, D., & Carlisle, M. (1998). PACT: Partners in Augmentative Communication Training. Communication Skill Builders. Tuscon, AZ.

Culp, D., & Effinger, J.(1996). Chalk talk: Augmentative communication in the classroom. The Assistive Technology Library of Alaska. Anchorage.

Dowden, P.A. (1997). Augmentative and alternative decision-making for children with severely unintelligible speech. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 13, 48-58..

Dowden, P.A. (1999a) "Different strokes for different folks" Augmentative Communication News, Vol 12 (1 and 2), p 7-8.

Dowden, P. A. (1999b). Augmentative and alternative communication for children with motor speech disorders. In A. Caruso and E. Strands, Clinical Management of Motor Speech Disorders. New York: Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc.(This article is on E-Reserves for this course.)

Dowden, P., & Cook, A. (2002). Choosing effective selection techniques for beginning communicators. In J. Reichle, Beukelman, D., Light, J., Implementing an augmentative communication system: exemplary strategies for beginning communicators. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Dowden, P.A. and Marriner, N.A. "Augmentative and Alternative communication: Intervention principles and strategies" In Caruso, A. (Ed.) Treatment for Children with Motor Speech Disorders. Seminars in Speech and Language. (1995)

Dowden, P.A., Yorkston, K.M., and Stoel-Gammon, C. (1987). Speech intelligibility of augmented system users: Effects of context. American Speech and Hearing Association. 29:10.

Estrella, G. (2000). Confessions of a Blabber Finger. In M. Fried-Oken and H.A. Bersani (eds) Speaking Up and Spelling It Out: Personal Essays on Augmentative & Alternative Communication. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes. (This article is on E-Reserves for this course.)

Fenson, L. et. al. (1993). MacArthur communicative developmental inventory: words and sentences. San Antonio, TX: The Psychological Corporation.

Fried-Oken, M & Bersani, H.A. (2000) Speaking Up and Spelling It Out: Personal Essays on Augmentative & Alternative Communication. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes.

Fried-Oken, & More (1992). An initial vocabulary for non-speaking preschool children based on developmental and environmental language scores. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 8, 41-56.

Fristoe, M., & Lloyd, L.L. (1997). Planning an initial expressive sign lexicon for person with severe communication impairment. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 45, 170-180.

Garrett, K.L., Beukelman, D.R. and Low-Morrow, D. (1989) A Comprehensive Augmentative Communication System for an Adult with Broca's Aphasia. AAC 5, 55-61.

Glennen, S.L. and DeCoste, Denise. (1997). Handbook of Augmentative and Alternative Communication. San Diego: Singular Publishing Group, Inc.

Goosens, C., Crain, S., & Elder, P. (1992). Engineering the preschool environment of interactive, symbolic communication. Southeast Augmentative Communication Conference Publications. Birmingham, AL.

Hamilton, B.L & Snell, M.E. (1993). Using the milieu approach to increase spontaneous communication book use across environments by an adolescent with autism. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 9, 259-272. (This article is on E-Reserves for this course.)

Iacono, T., Carter, M., & Hook, J. (1998). Identification of intentional communication in students with severe and multiple disabilities. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 14, 102-114.

King, J., Spoeneman, T., Stuart, S., & Beukelman, D. (1995). Small talk in adult conversations: implications for AAC vocabulary selection. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 11, 260-264.

Koppenhaver, K.A. (2000). Literacy in AAC: What should be written on the envelope we push? Augmentative and Alternative Communication 16, p. 270-279.

Lahey, M., & Bloom, L. (1977). Planning a first lexicon: which words to teach first. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 42, 340-350.

Light, J. (1989). Towards a definition of communicative competence for individuals using augmentative and alternative communication systems. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 5, 137-144.

Lloyd, L., Fuller, D., & Arvidson, H. (1997) Augmentative and alternative communication: a handbook of principles and practices. Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

Marvin, C., Beukelman, D. & Bilyeu, D. (1994). Vocabulary-Use Patterns in Preschool Children: Effects of Context and Time Sampling. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 10(4), 224-236.

Marvin, C., Beukelman, D., Brockhaus, J., & Kast, L. (1994). What are you talking about?: semantic analysis of preschool children's conversational topics in home and preschool settings. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 10, 75-86.

McGinnis, J., & Beukelman, D. (1989). Vocabulary requirements for writing activities for the academically mainstreamed student with disabilities. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 5(3), 183-191.

Mitsuda, P.M., Baarslag-Benson, R., Hazel, K., and Therriault."Communication in Intensive and Acute Care Unit Settings." In Augmentative Communication in the Medical Setting, ed. K. M. Yorkston. Tucson, AZ: Communication Skill Builders, 1992: pp. 5-58.

Pinder, Gay-Lloyd. "An Investigation of the Effects of Treatment on the Development of Communicative Intent and Change in Object Exploration in Young Children with Cerebral Palsy." Doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, 1993.

Reichle, J., and D. P. Wacker. Communicative Alternative to Challenging Behavior: Integrating Functional Assessment and Intervention Strategies. Communication and Language Intervention Series 3. Baltimore: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co, 1995.

Rowland, C., & Schweigert, P. (1996). Tangible Symbol Systems. San Antonio TX: The Psychological Corporation.

Sansing, K. (1988). I cry inside myself. Unpublished manuscript, Western Carolina Center, Morganton, North Carolina. Poem reprinted in Koppenhaver, D.A. (2000), p. 270.

Stone-Goldman, J. R. and Olswang, L.B. (2003) “Learning to Look, Learning to See” ASHA Leader Online March 18, 2003

Strand, Edythe A. "Treatment of Motor Speech Disorders in Children." Seminars in Speech & Language 16, no. 2 (May 1995). New York: Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc.: pp. 126-39.

Yorkston, K., Fried-Oken, M., & Beukelman, D. (1988). Single word vocabulary needs: Studies from various nonspeaking populations. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 4, 149.

Yorkston, K.M., Honsinger, M.J., Dowden, P.A., & Marriner, N. (1988). Vocabulary Selection: A case report. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 5 (2), 101-108.

Yorkston, K., Smith, K., & Beukelman, D. (1990). Extended communication samples of augmented communicators I: A comparison of individualized versus standardized single word vocabularies. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 55, 217-224.