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November 24 2007 -‘Point to Communicate’ booklets are for people who can’t speak due to illness, injury, surgery, disease, or age. Affordable and immediate communication booklets for those who need it most.
East Randolph, VT (PRWINDOW) November 24, 2007
According to the National Joint Committee; All people with a disability of any extent or severity have a basic right to affect, through communication, the conditions of their existence. All people have the following specific communication rights in their daily interactions. These rights are summarized from the Communication Bill of Rights put forth in 1992 by the National Joint Committee for the Communication Needs of Persons with Severe Disabilities. Arlene Disbrow of Crucial Communications has created ‘Point to Communicate’ booklets to meet these needs.
‘Point to Communicate’ booklets provide concise, pictorial icons with words, or phrases that convey essential physical, emotional, and mental needs, including conversation for the loved one who can no longer speak. Give greater independence, and decision making back to your loved one. ‘Point to Communicate’ booklets provide the opportunity for communication between family, friends, and health care providers.
Can’t talk? Just ‘Point to Communicate’.
Go to: http://www.crucial-communications.com
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