Communicating without speech
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Adaptive Interaction (AI) is a non-verbal communication tool for people with dementia who can no longer speak. In this article, Maggie Ellis and Arlene Astell briefly describe the genesis of AI, its development over a number of years and how they see its future.
Ellis , M & Astell , A 2019 , ' Communicating without speech ' , Australian Journal of Dementia Care , vol. 8 , no. 2 . < https://journalofdementiacare.com/aprilmay-2019/ >
Australian Journal of Dementia Care
Non peer reviewed
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