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1. SWITCHES
2. LIGHTS AND SOUNDS - 'THE OUTPUT'
3. SWITCHES - 'THE INPUT'
4. WHAT TO DO NEXT - PLANNING A LEARNING PROGRAMME
5. ADAPTING BATTERY POWERED TOYS

Author's note.

Throughout this booklet I have referred to the student as 'she'. This is simply for reasons of clarity. The clumsier alternative would have been a 'he or she' or a 'his/her' in almost every sentence.

Using Switches and Switching Systems with people who have Severe Learning Difficulties
Chris Addis is a Teacher
in the Multi Sensory Suport Unit,
Royal Schools for the Deaf,
Manchester.

Printed and published in the U.K. by ROMPA© 1996

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