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  1. Educational Resource for Head and Neck Cancer Patients

    by Christenson, Robyn; Rogers, Robyn; Shantz, Lauren; Zeleny, Karissa; Rieger, Jana

    The objective of this research project was to create an outline for an educational resource that could be used to create...

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  2. The Effect of Context Priming and Task Type on Augmentative Communication Performance

    by Higginbotham, Jeffrey; Bisantz, Ann; Sunm, Michelle; Adams, Kimberley

    Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices are special purpose electronic devices that generate speech output...

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  4. The Effect of Static versus Animated Story Stimuli on Children’s Ability to tell Stories

    by Anderson, Sarah; DeBeyer, Michaela; Marcinkow, Alissa; Scheffers, Sarah; Servant, Tamaira; Willerton, Kristin

    Storytelling tasks are commonly used to assess language in a functional context. However, the quality of children's stories...

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  5. The Effect of Word Context on the Reading Ability of Individuals with Aphasia and Acquired Alexia

    by Stongman, Tracy; Sumner, Andrea

    Some individuals with acquired reading impairments (alexia) can read words in sentence contexts easier than in list format....

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  6. The effectiveness of a shortened training module on Motivational Interviewing skill acquisition

    by Ivanova, Nadia; Krolczyk, Ania

    Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a therapeutic technique that has been increasingly used in health care, and MI training...

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  7. The Effects of a Child-Controlled Robot on Maternal Conversational Dominance During Play: A Case Study

    by Sirard, Kathryn; Wainer, Amy

    Previous research has indicated parents of children with cerebral palsy and other complex communication difficulties exhibit...

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  8. The Effects of Language Intervention on Children’s Narrative Abilities

    by Baraniski, Tamara; Camlis, Whitney; Dopko, Carla; Lesy, Shay

    Narratives are an important part of language that is incorporated into our everyday lives. Not only do narratives predict...

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  9. The Effects of LSVT®LOUD (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment) on the Speech Intelligibility of Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy and Children with Down Syndrome

    by Chan, Vicky; Chin, Chelsea; Kaytor, Danielle

    Purpose: This study examined the effects of the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT®LOUD) on the speech intelligibility of...

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  10. The Effects of LSVT®LOUD (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment) on the Speech Intelligibility of Children with Spastic Cerebral Palsy and Children with Down Syndrome

    by Clifton, Alanah; King, April; Nicholson, Maureen; Walker, Laticia; Boliek, Carol

    The purpose of this study was to develop a pilot listening task designed to examine pre- and post-treatment intelligibility...

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  11. The Effects of Non-Invasive Ventilation Treatment on Airway Clearance and Swallowing in Individuals with ALS

    by Erickson, Dorie; Ketch, Rhonda; Moncks, Nadine; Ostertag, Amanda

    Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a motor neuron disease characterized by the degeneration of both upper and lower motor...

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  12. Effects of Positional Changes on Airway Clearance Behaviour of Individuals with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Healthy Age Matched Controls

    by Cust, Sarah; Thoresen-Semonick, Christina; Wunderlich, Lorielle

    Peak cough flow (PCF) is a measure of cough strength and capacity. According to American Thoracic Society (ATS) standards,...

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  13. Ethical Issues Related to the Use/Non-Use of Assistive Technologies

    by Cook, A.M.

    Assistive technologies (AT) can provide significant assistance in accomplishing the tasks of daily living for persons who...

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  14. Examination of Interface Designs Which Maximize Communicative Output in Disabled Children Using an Augmentative Communication Device during a Robot-Controlled Play Scenario

    by Blazina, Kerstin; Friesen, Jamie; Slauenwhite, Kristen; Adams, Kim; Cook, Al

    The purpose of this study, which is part of a larger interface design study, is to expand on evidence suggesting that the...

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  15. Examining Cognitive Mechanisms of Text Comprehension Using Eye-tracking And Working Memory Measures

    by Coutts, Brittany; Mitchell, Megan; Cartmell, Melissa

    Traditionally, research on reading comprehension has relied on offline measures such as answering questions after reading...

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  16. Exploring the Viability of Exposure to Stories of Individuals Who Stutter as a Learning Tool

    by Grimard, Auriele

    Background A large body of literature suggests that individuals who stutter, (“IWS”), are subjected to negative stereotypical...

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  17. Exploring the Viability of Exposure to Stories of Individuals Who Stutter as a Learning Tool

    by Elsinga, Laura; Evans, Kayla; Kulchytska, Dariya; O'Dell, Christina

    Background/Purpose The negative stereotype associated with stuttering has been shown to be both persistent and robust. The...

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  18. Exploring the Viability of Exposure to Stories of Individuals who Stutter as a Learning Tool

    by Connatty, Shelley; Dole, Kate; Kelly, Jennifer-Laura; Mosaico, Sarah; Reid, Rachel; Wrightly, Mallorie; Langevin, Marilyn; Kully, Deborah

    The present study was concerned with determining the viability of using exposure to video-recordings of individuals who stutter...

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  19. Expressive Language Characteristics of Preschool Children with Speech Sound Disorders

    by Grabler, Gina; Quang, Jenny; Hodge, Megan

    This study investigated several questions about measures of language complexity based on 50-utterance spontaneous speech...

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  20. Familiarity of Idioms in Canadian 12-year old Children

    by Boyes, Kimberley; Reimber, Amanda; Volden, Joanne

    Idioms are expressions in which the literal meaning differs from the meaning of that same expression when it occurs within...

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