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  • 1. REFERENCES: AAC for INTENSIVE CARE Compiled by Kathryn Garrett, Mary Beth Happ, John Costello, and Melanie B. Fried- Oken From a chapter in the book: Augmentative Communication Strategies for Adults with Acute and Chronic Medical Conditions Edited by: David R. Beukelman, Kathryn L. Garrett, Kathryn N. Yorkston Published by: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co. Angus, D. (2004) Use of intensive care at the end of life in the United States: An epidemiologic study. Critical Care Medicine, 32, 638-643. Ashworth, P. (1980) Care to Communicate. London: Whitefriars Press. Baker , C., & Melby, V. (1996). An investigation into the attitudes and practices of intensive care nurses towards verbal communication with unconscious patients. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 5, 186-192. Bergbom-Engberg, I., & Haljame, H. (1989). Assessment of the patient’s experiences of discomforts during respiratory therapy. Critical Care Medicine, 17, 1068-1072. Beukelman, D.R., & Mirenda, P. (2005). Augmentative communication: Management of severe communication disorders in children and adults, 3rd edition. Baltimore: Brookes Publishing Co. Beukelman, D.R., & Yorkston, K. (1977). A communication system for the severely dysarthric speaker with an intact language system. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 42, 265-270. Carter, M., & Iacono, T. (2002). Professional judgments of the intentionality of
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