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CanChild Report 2016 – Centre for Childhood Disability

Date of publication: 2017-08-25 00:05

AAC publishes scientific articles that are related to the field of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) that report research concerning assessment, treatment, rehabilitation, and education of people who use or have the potential to use AAC systems or that discuss theory, technology, and systems development relevant to AAC. The broad range of topics included in the journal reflects the development of this field internationally.

Biological control against diseases and pests 2011 - iobc-wprs

A less frequent problem is epilepsy. It reacts well using the usual regimes. The EEG in these children is abnormal. If a brain MRI is available one can often see underdevelopment of the corpus callosum (structure between the left and right side of the brain) and a convex nucleus caudatus.

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Assistive Technology for Children with Autism - CESA 7

Some children may need different visual representation systems in different situations. This may be dependent upon numerous factors, such as the skill being taught, as well as the unique characteristics of autism: attending, organization, distractibility, etc.

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