- acquired adult alternative augmentative communication disorder neurologic

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acquired adult alternative augmentative communication disorder neurologic -


-is a neurologic in origin - is a disorder of movement or movement control-can be categorized into different types, each type characterized by distinguishable auditory perceptual characteristics and presumably, different underlying neuropathophysiology. Adults with acquired communication disability can present with a variety of motor, cognitive, and linguistic issues that affect AAC use. The presenters will identify the characteristics of a variety of adult acquired communication disorders, review appropriate AAC strategies, and .

Adults with acquired language impairments secondary to stroke, traumatic brain injury, and neurodegenerative diseases are candidates for communication supports outside of the traditional restoration-based approaches to intervention. Recent research Cited by: 75. The purpose of this review is to describe the state of the science of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) for adults with acquired neurogenic communication disorders.

The purpose of this review is to describe the state of the science of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) for adults with acquired neurogenic communication disorders. Recent advances in AAC for six groups of people with degenerative and chronic acquired neurological conditions are detailed. Specifically, the topics of recent AAC. Adults with progressive neurogenic communication disorders can present with a variety of motor, cognitive, and linguistic issues that affect AAC use. The presenters will identify the characteristics of a variety of adult acquired communication disorders, review appropriate AAC strategies for progressive conditions, and describe evidence-based.