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BOARD. This word is used to designate all the magistrates of a city or borough, or all the managers or directors of any institution; as, the board of aldermen; the board of directors of the Bank of North America. The majority of the board have in general the power to perform the acts of the whole board, but sometimes they are restrained by their charters, and it requires a greater number to perform certain acts.

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* contains Board-Builder, a tool kit to assist instructors in the generation of bi- and tridimensional communication boards. Board-Builder helps instructors:
All clients could choose the activity of their choice and then relocate the same photo when it had been placed in a different position on the communication board. Some clients were able to respond to more complex tasks, e.g.
The device would offer six different adjustments and angles for the communication board. According to Neidhard, one company designs these support systems, but they made the boards in only one size--too big for the little girl.
The initial education was focused on coaching current staff on relationship-based care, which included hourly rounding and updated white communication boards. To ensure new employees received the same information on relationship-based care, the team revised the orientation packets to include a description of expectations as well as standards for completing the white communication boards and hourly rounding.
The Logan ProxTalker is a direct selection communicator and communication board designed for use by individuals with cognitive, communication, or speech disabilities.
Tayfun Acarer, chairman of Turkey's Information Technologies and Communication Board (BTK), said that all major search engines used worldwide were based in foreign countries, which he said was a risk for communication.
A communication board (See Figure 1 above) is made with all the vocabulary needed for Alicia to talk to her son and for Nicholas to respond.
Amanda has Cerebral palsy, is non-verbal, communicates with a communication board and has recently learned how to walk on her own!

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