Hill, K.J., Holko, R., & Romich, B. (2001). AAC Performance: The Elements of Communication Rate. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Convention, New Orleans.
AAC communication rate using assistive technology is a function of various factors, including language representation method use, selection rate, and errors. Empirical data from the language samples of five individuals who were subjects in a controlled study provide clinically useful insights into optimizing communication rate.
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