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Publications:
Interdisciplinary Models of Teamwork in Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Augmentative and alternative communication is a specialization in speech-language pathology that aims to help people with complex communication needs. Multiple team models, from multidisciplinary to transdisciplinary, are used in AAC.

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Speech-Language Pathology: A Look at What Makes this Field Interdisciplinary by Nature

Communication sciences and disorders bring together many theoretical frameworks surrounding communication and cognition. Inherent clinical implications of this vast knowledge and practical efficacy will be discussed.

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Premature Francophone Infants in Northern Ontario as the Object of Interdisciplinary Research

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An Interdisciplinary Framework for Speech-Language Pathologists: A Closer Look at Bilingual Language Development and Its Disorders

Communication sciences and disorders bring together many theoretical frameworks surrounding bilingualism and the development of linguistic competencies. Inherent clinical implications of this vast knowledge and practical efficacy will be discussed.

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Use of Technology as an Innovative Approach to Non-Linguistic Cognitive Therapy

Since cognitive treatment can improve access to stored information, and technology can increase children’s motivation, cognitively based application software could offer promising results in the treatment of language impairments.

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Published online: March 11, 2014

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Importance of Assessing Nonlinguistic Cognitive Skills in Bilingual Children with Primary Language Impairment

The assessment of bilingual children with language impairments can be quite challenging for professionals working in the education system. Assessing nonlinguistic processing skills can help overcome this challenge.

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Published online: March 12, 2014

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Cognitive Underpinnings of Language: A Framework for the Study of Multilingualism

This article proposes a framework for the study of multilingualism, which involves the analysis of cognitive abilities and focuses on cognitive underpinnings common to all languages.

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Published online: April 01, 2014

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Majority Learners Acquiring a Minority Language in a Bilingual Community

Majority learners acquire language very differently than minority learners. However, very little is known about the aforementioned, especially when they acquire a minority language in a minority linguistic context.

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Published online: April 18, 2014

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Benefits of Assessing Linguistic Skills within the Evaluation of Navigational Skills

This study investigated the relationship between navigational and linguistic skills to determine if this variable could offer a better assessment of navigational ability for children who have complex communication needs.

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Published online: December 30, 2015

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