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Communication First Principles

About this Research to Action Guide

This Research to Action Guide: Communication First Principles is a suite of resources produced by CADR on this topic. The suite includes a rapid review of the evidence and practice guides for practitioners, practice leaders, and people with complex communication support needs (available at the CADR Clearing House).

Acknowledgements

This Guide was authored by Dr Kate Anderson, Lecturer in Disability and Inclusion at Deakin University.

Thanks to the following people for their contribution to this Research to Action Guide: Meredith Allan (International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication), James Bannister (NDS Centre for Applied Disability Research), Karen Bloomberg (Communication Inclusion Resource Centre Scope Victoria & La Trobe University), Hilary Johnson (Communication Inclusion Resource Centre Scope Victoria & La Trobe University), Jacqueline Johnson (NDS Centre for Applied Disability Research), Andrea McQueen (Communication Inclusion Resource Centre Scope Victoria), Barbara Solarsh (Communication Inclusion Resource Centre Scope Victoria), Joanne Watson (Deakin University).

This resource was developed with support of Australian governments through the Research and Data Working Group. NDS Gratefully acknowledges the support of the NSW Government in establishing the NDS Centre for Applied Disability Research.

Suggested Citation

Anderson, K L. (2016) Communication: First Principles. Centre for Applied Disability Research. Available at www.cadr.org.au

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