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We wish to thank and recognize:
• The clinical team of Speech-Language Pathologists at DynaVox
Mayer-Johnson and Trina Becker, MS, CCC-SLP, who continually
provide ongoing encouragement and insight from start to….the
• The Speech-Language Pathologists at Dynamic Therapy Associates,
Inc. who implement each new version.
• The Creative Team at DynaVox Mayer-Johnson for bringing this
resource to life!
• All parents & professionals who have welcomed the information
provided with enthusiasm to keep moving ahead.
~ V. Clarke & H. Schneider