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No One to Speak for Them: Emergency Preparedness Resources for Those with Speech Disabilities

Kennedy, P. (2011). No One to Speak for Them: Emergency Preparedness Resources for Those with Speech Disabilities. Therapy Times. 14:15.

This article discusses challenges and resources for people who have difficulty communicating as a result of pre-existing disabilities such as cerebral palsy, autism, and cognitive delays. Communication techniques include speech generating devices, sign language, and picture communication displays.
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