Author(s)

Blackstone, S., & Wilkins, D.

Year

2009

Publication

Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Research has shown that children with significant language impairments lag behind their typically developing peers in communicative and emotional competence. This article explores the importance of emotional competence in children with complex communication needs (CCN) and provides tools and strategies for individuals working with children with CCN.

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