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  2. Nonverbal communication of individuals with dementia: An overview

    by Hickey, Marlena

    Individuals with Alzheimer’s type dementia will have diminished ability to communicate verbally as the disease progresses....

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  3. Parent Activities: Development of Children's Cognitive Skills using Robots

    by Evans, Brittany; Farnand, Allison

    Typically developing children learn and develop their cognitive, language , social and motor skills by interacting with...

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  4. Parent Activities: Development of Cognitive Skills using Robots

    by Sam, Shauna; Sawatzky, Angela; Schafer, Lindsay; Zaba, Jacklyn

    This is a resource for parents of children with physical limitations. Typically developing children learn and develop their...

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  5. Perceptions of Children who Stutter Regarding the Use of the Teasing and Bullying (TAB) video

    by Sharp, Julie

    Background. Children who stutter are teased and bullied. Langevin (1999) developed the Teasing and Bullying: Unacceptable...

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  6. Predicting the Speech Intelligibility Scores of Children with Dysarthria and Cerebral Palsy from Phonologic and Phonetic Measures of Speech Accuracy

    by Brown, Candace; Kuzyk, Taryn

    Measures of speech sound accuracy (e.g., percent consonants correct or PCC) and direct measures of intelligibility (e.g.,...

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  7. Rapid Automatized Naming and Adult Reading Abilities: Review

    by Jans, Marisa

    Rapid automatized naming (RAN) tasks have been used to investigate underlying reading skills, understand reading impairment,...

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  8. Relationships between Speech and Language Features of Children with Developmental Dysarthria and Listener Effort

    by Hill, Cinthia; Sharp, Patricia

    This study described the expressive language characteristics of 12 children with dysarthria and cerebral palsy based on analysis...

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  9. Reliability of Online Scoring of First Mentions in the Edmonton Narrative Normative Instrument

    by Abraham, Sandia; Shaw, Kendra

    When a story is told, referring expressions are used to introduce referents (characters and objects). This must be done...

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  10. Reliability of On-Line Scoring of Story Grammar Elements of the Edmonton Narrative Norms Instrument

    by Hillier, Alexis; McLean, Katie; Savard, Danielle; Schneider, Phyllis

    This study aimed to determine the reliability of scoring the story grammar portion of the Edmonton Narrative Norms Instrument...

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  11. Reliability of the Pragmatic Rating Scale in High Functioning Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

    by Funk, Vanessa; Scherz, Danielle; Thompson, Pamela

    Background: Pragmatic skills are, by definition, impaired in people with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). These difficulties...

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  12. Resilience and Aphasia: A Case Study

    by Prosser, Patricia; Sherwood, Heather; Paslawski, Teresa

    The purpose of this research was to determine protective factors that contribute to resilience in individuals with aphasia.

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  13. Resilience in stroke survivors: identifying factors that contribute to successful adaptation

    by Ebenezer, Anita

    Health care providers report that individuals with similar levels of impairment after stroke have markedly different outcomes...

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  14. Robot Assisted Play for Children with Disabilities

    by Schulmeister, Jen; Wiberg, Cara; Adams, Kim; Harbottle, Norma; Cook, Albert

    Children learn through interacting with their environment. Most children develop their cognitive and linguistic abilities...

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  15. Robot Enhanced interaction and learning for children with profound physical disabilities

    by Cook, A.M.; Howery, K.; Gu, J.; Meng, M.

    The goal of this study was to explore how children who have significant physical disabilities could use a robotic arm to interact...

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  16. Robot skills and cognitive performance of preschool children

    by Poletz, L

    Several studies have demonstrated the potential of robots as assistive tools for play activities. Through the use of robots,...

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  17. Robot Skills of Preschool Children

    by Poletz, L.; Encarnacao, P.; Adams, K.; Cook, A.

    Several studies have demonstrated the potential of robots as assistive tools for play activities. Through the use of robots,...

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  18. Robotic Arm Use by Very Young Motorically Disabled Children

    by Cook, Albert; Liu, Ka Man; Hoseit, Paul

    s on a study carried out to determine if very young children would interact with a small computer-controlled robotic arm....

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  19. Robotic Arm Use by Very Young Motorically Disabled Children

    by Cook, Albert; Liu, Ka Man; Hoseit, Paul

    s on a study carried out to determine if very young children would interact with a small computer-controlled robotic arm....

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