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Commun Sci Disord. 2005;10(2): 128-140.
Literature Review Regarding Collaborative Practices Related to Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Joo Hye Kim` , and Eun Hye Park`
Copyright ©2005 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
김주혜(Joo Hye Kim)| 박은혜(Eun Hye Park)
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Collaborative teaming has been considered as one of the most important issues for the delivery of AAC service. Especially, as more students with severe communication problems are educated in the inclusive classrooms, as more attention should be paid to the effective delivery of AAC services in the inclusive education context. Collaborative practice includes not only the speech therapist, but also special educators, a general teachers, parents, teachers, aides, and etc. This paper reviewed 8 published articles that we selected regarding collaborative practice in AAC. The results showed who the key personnels are, what some of the components of a desirable AAC team collaboration are, what some of the barriers are in AAC team collaboration, and the need for an AAC related course in personnel preparation and inservice training. The limitations of this study and the implications for future research are also discussed.
Keywords: 보완대체의사소통 | 팀접근 | 협력 | Augmentative and Alternative Communication | team approach | collaboration
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