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"Empowerment and participation come with the ability to to experience the world and communicate."

Only when communication is recognized and consistently reinforced will those with severe physical, sensory-motor, communicative and developmental differences find the effort to communicate worthwhile.

Every Move Counts represents the completion of a 33-month Innovative Research Grant awarded by the National Institutes of Health and funded through the National Institutes for the Neurologically and Communicatively Disordered.

Ninety-one children and 41 speech/language pathologists, teachers and occupational therapists from seven different sites participated in the implementation and validation of the Every Move Counts approach.

Korsten, Jane E., Foss, Terry V., and Berry, Lisa M.
Every Move Counts Clicks and Chats: Sensory-based Strategies for Communication and Assistive Technology. Kansas City: EMC, Inc., 2007.
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ATIA 2014 Orlando, FL

CLICKS: Strategies for Identifying and Developing Intentional Switch Activation
Session Code: AAC-05
Type: Educational Session
Room: Curacao 4

QIAT Conversations: Using QIAT Tools to Improve Practice
Session Code: LDR-10
Type: Educational Session
Time: 4:30PM
Room: Bonaire 6
Charting the C’s
4/14/14 - Alexandria, MN
Title: “Implementation Strategies for Developing Independent and Intentional Access to Curriculum through Switch Activation”
Time and Room: TBA