Review of Communication Alternatives in Autism: Perspectives on Typing and Spelling Approaches for the Nonspeaking

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Casey L. Woodfield

Keywords

autism, augmentative and alternative communication, inclusive education

Abstract

This manuscript reviews Edlyn Vallejo Peña’s edited volume, Communication Alternatives in Autism: Perspectives on Typing and Spelling Approaches for the Nonspeaking (2019). The volume includes ten chapters by autistic authors active in the field as activists, self-advocates, artists and leaders, along with Peña’s experiences as a parent and original research.


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References

Peña, E.V. (Ed.) (2019). Communication alternatives in autism: Perspectives on typing and spelling approaches for the nonspeaking. Jefferson, NC: Toplight Press.

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