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2016 Research Publications

ISI- and DoHE-accredited journal articles:

Alant, E. (2016). Ethics , dementia and severe communication problems. Humanities and Social Sciences, 4(2–1), 37–40.

*Bastable, K., Dada, S., & Uys, K. (2106). The effect of non-powered, self-initiated mobility on engagement of young children with severe motor impairment Physical & Occupational Therapy In Pediatrics, Early online.

*Bornman, J., Bryen, D. N., Morris, J. & Moolman, E. (2016). Use of consumer wireless devices by South Africans with severe communication disability. African Journal of Disability 5(1),

*Bornman, J., Donohue, D. K., Maré, N., & Dada, S. (2016). Comparing two response modes in a mathematics test for learners in foundation phase with severe physical disabilities: a South African example. International Journal of Educational Science, 14(1,2), 37–44.

*Bornman, J., & Rathbone, L. (2016). A sexuality and relationship training program for women with intellectual disabilities: a social story approach. Sexuality and Disability, 34(3), 269–288. doi:10.1007/s11195-016-9450-z

Bornman, J., & Tönsing, K. M. (2016). Augmentative and Alternative Communication. In E. Landsberg, D. Küger, & E. Swart (Eds.), Addressing barriers to learning: a South African perspective (pp. 216-240). Pretoria, South Africa: Van Schaik.

*Bornman, J., White, R., Johnson, E. & Bryen,D. (2016). Identifying barriers in the South African criminal justice system: Implications for individuals with severe communication disability. Acta Crimnologica: Southern African Journal of Criminology, 29(1)

Bryen, D. N. (2016). Ethical issues in conducting research involving persons with disability: a view from the past and some new challenges. Humanities and Social Sciences, 4(2–1), 53–59.

*Dada, S., Horn, T., Samuels, A., & Schlosser, R. W.  (2016). Children’s attitudes toward interaction with an unfamiliar peer with complex communication needs: comparing high- and low-technology devices. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Early online. doi:10.1080/07434618.2016.1216597

*Erasmus, A., Bornman, J., & Dada, S. (2015). Afrikaans-speaking parents’ perceptions of the rights of their children who have mild to moderate intellectual disabilities: a descriptive investigation. Journal of Child Health Care, 20(2), 234-42. doi: 10.1177/1367493515569326.

*Hansen, M. Harty, M. & Bornman, J. (2016). Exploring sibling attitudes towards participation when the younger sibling has a severe speech and language disability. South African Journal of Child Health. 10(1), 47-51.

*Johnson, E., Bornman, J., & Tönsing, K.M., (2016). An exploration of pain-related vocabulary: Implications for AAC use with children. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Early online, doi:10.1080/074346182016.1233998

Naudé, A., & Bornman, J. (2016). A measuring instrument for ethical sensitivity in the therapeutic sciences. Humanities and Social Sciences, 4(2–1), 29–36.

*Nilsson, S., Johnson, E., & Adolfsson, M. (2016). Professionals’ perceptions about the need for pain management interventions for children with cerebral palsy in South African school settings. Pain Management Nursing, Early online, 1–13. doi:10.1016/j.pmn.2016.03.002

*Smith, M., Beuklman, D., Bornman, J., & Light, J. C. (2016). Reflections from Fellows of ISAAC. Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Early online, 1–8.

*Schlebusch, L, Samuels, A, & Dada, S.(12016). South African families raising children with autism spectrum disorders: relationship between family routines, cognitive appraisal and family quality of life. Journal of Intellectual Disability Research, 60(5), 412-423. doi:10.1111/jir.12292

*Tönsing, K.M. (2016). Supporting the Production of Graphic Symbol Combinations by Children with Limited Speech: A Comparison of Two AAC systems. Journal of Developmental and Physical disabilities, 28, 5–29. doi:10.1007/s10882-015-9425-5

Tönsing, K. M., & Dada, S. (2016). Teachers’ perceptions of implementation of aided AAC to support expressive communication in South African special schools: a pilot investigation. Augmenttive and Alternative Communication, Early onli, 1–23.

Viljoen, E., Bornman, J., Wiles, L., & Tönsing, K. M. (2016). Police officer disability sensitivity training: a systematic review. Police Journal: Theory, PRactice and Principles, Early onli, 1–8.

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