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Practical Methodology of Cognitive Tasks Within a Navigational Assessment

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10.3791/52286-v

5:19 min

June 1st, 2015

June 1st, 2015

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1Speech-Language Pathology Program, Laurentian University, 2Psychology Department, Laurentian University

Children who have complex communication needs can benefit from the use of a speech-generating device (SGD). Cognitive skills were identified as having an impact on the ability to navigate between levels of SGDs. This protocol describes the steps needed for Speech-language Pathologists to assess cognitive skills and navigational abilities.

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