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Bastable KG, Dada S, and Uys CJE. 2016. The e ect of a non-powered, self-initiated mobility program on the engagement of young children with severe mobility limitations in the South African context. In Physical & Occupational Therapy in Pediatrics, 36(3),
pp 272-291.
Bornman J, Bryen DN, Moolman E, and Morris J. 2016. Use of consumer wireless devices by South Africans with severe communication disability. In African Journal of Disability, 5(1), pp 1-9.
Bornman J, Donohue DK, Maré N, and Dada S. 2016. Comparing two response modes in a mathematics test for learners in foundation phase with severe physical disabilities: a South African example. In International journal of educational sciences, 14, pp 37-44.
Bornman J, and Rathbone L. 2016. A sexuality and relationship training program for women with intellectual disabilities: a social story approach. In Sexuality and Disability, 34, pp 269-288.
Bornman J, White RM, Johnson E, and Bryen DN. 2016. Identifying barriers in the South African Criminal justice system: implications for individuals with severe communication disability. In Acta Criminologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 29(1), pp 1-17.
Bornman J. 2016. Re ections from fellows of ISAAC: AAC as a Human Rights Vehicle: Implications for Individuals with Severe Communication Disabilities. In Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 32(4), pp 233-240.
Dada S, Horn T, Samuels AE, and Schlosser R. 2016. Children’s attitudes toward interaction with an unfamiliar peer with complex communication needs: comparing high- and low technology devices. In Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 32(4),
pp 305-311.
Erasmus MA, Bornman J, and Dada S. 2016. Afrikaans-speaking parents’ perceptions of the rights of their children with mild to moderate intellectual disabilities: a descriptive investigation. In Journal of Child Health Care, 20(2), pp 235-242.
Hansen M, Harty M, and Bornman J. 2016. Exploring sibling attitudes towards participation when the younger sibling has a severe speech and language disability. In SAJCH South African Journal of Child Health, 10(1), pp 47-51.
Huus K, Dada S, Bornman J, and Lygnegard F. 2016. The awareness of primary caregivers in South Africa of the human rights of their children with intellectual disabilities. In Child Care Health and Development, 42(6), pp 863-870.
Johnson E, Bornman J, and Tonsing KM. 2016. An exploration of pain-related vocabulary: implications for AAC use with children. In Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 32(4), pp 249-260.
Nilsson S, Johnson E, and Adolfsson M. 2016. Professionals’ perceptions about the need for pain management interventions for children with cerebral palsy in South African School settings. In Pain Management Nursing, 17(4), pp 249-261.
Schlebusch L, Samuels AE, and Dada S. 2016. South African families raising children with autism spectrum disorders: relationship between family routines, cognitive appraisal and family quality of life. In Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 60(5), pp 412-423.
Tonsing KM, and Dada S. 2016. Teachers’ perceptions of implementation of aided AAC to support expressive communication in South African special schools: a pilot investigation. In Augmentative and Alternative Communication, 32(4), pp 282-304.
Tonsing KM. 2016. Supporting the production of graphic symbol combinations by children with limited speech: a comparison of two AAC systems. In Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities, 28, pp 5-29.
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