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What Every Speech-Language Pathologist and Audiologist Should Know about Alternative and Augmentative Communicationis designed as a basic introduction to the study of Alternative and Augmentative Communication. This brief, five chapter text provides readers with a basic overview of what Alternative and Augmentative Communication is and who might benefit from its use. Characteristics of this population are discussed, and case examples are provided. In addition, descriptions of the settings in which Speech Language Pathologists are likely to work with people who use Alternative and Augmentative Communication and team members who might be involved are included. The book concludes with an overview of basic principles of assessment and key considerations for providing Alternative and Augmentative interventions.