The Importance of Home and School Connections Positive home and school connections have commanded much attention recently in education. There are many articles in the literature addressing strategies for and descriptions of parent-professional partnerships, family involvement, and home-school connections (Adelman, 1994; Cohn-Vargas & Grose, 1998; Comer & Haynes, 1991; Dunst & Paget, 1991; Salisbury & Dunst, ... Article
Article  |   November 01, 1998
The Importance of Home and School Connections
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  • Diane Kortz
    King of Prussia, PA
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Article   |   November 01, 1998
The Importance of Home and School Connections
SIG 12 Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication, November 1998, Vol. 7, 6-7. doi:10.1044/aac7.4.6
SIG 12 Perspectives on Augmentative and Alternative Communication, November 1998, Vol. 7, 6-7. doi:10.1044/aac7.4.6
Positive home and school connections have commanded much attention recently in education. There are many articles in the literature addressing strategies for and descriptions of parent-professional partnerships, family involvement, and home-school connections (Adelman, 1994; Cohn-Vargas & Grose, 1998; Comer & Haynes, 1991; Dunst & Paget, 1991; Salisbury & Dunst, 1997; Workman & Gage, 1997). As professionals working with young children who use or need AAC, we recognize the need for collaborative partnerships between parents and professionals. This article will focus on facets of AAC service delivery where the home-school connection is critical.
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