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Editorial

Editorial In its brief existence the AAESPH Review has grown from a mimeographed handout with a circulation of less than 1,000 to an attractive professional journal with a circulation of over 2,700. The success of the AAESPH Review, however, cannot be measured in terms of appearance or circulation. The success, to whatever degree, must be measured by the positive impact the information contained in the Review has on the severely and profoundly handicapped. Hopefully this impact has been considerable and will become more powerful in the near future. As of the first issue of Volume III, Robert York will become the Executive Editor of the AAESPH Review. During the two years covering Volumes I and II the AAESPH Review has received the active support of numerous individuals. The AAESPH Executive Com­ mittee, the AAESPH Editorial Committee, and the associte editors have given greatly of their time and energy. The AAESPH staff, especially Liz Lindley, Mike Steffes, and Janis Reaper, has carried the brunt of the work. The vision of Norris Haring helped the Review through many hard times. But most important, the AAESPH members, by submitting manuscripts, have made the AAESPH Review a meaningful source of information. For us to continue to improve the AAESPH Review, we ask that all members consider how they can best help. Certainly one positive step would be to send quality manuscripts for consideration. We need to have more articles based on well- developed research with severely/profoundly handicapped children. Another step is to actively voice your concerns (either positive or negative) to members of the AAESPH Executive Committee. Finally, we hope that all AAESPH members will use the AAESPH Review in their daily work with individuals with severe and profound handicaps. Eugene Edgar Robert York http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AAESPH Review SAGE

Editorial

AAESPH Review , Volume 2 (4): 1 – Dec 1, 1977

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© 1977 TASH
ISSN
0147-4375
eISSN
2169-2408
DOI
10.1177/154079697700200401
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Abstract

In its brief existence the AAESPH Review has grown from a mimeographed handout with a circulation of less than 1,000 to an attractive professional journal with a circulation of over 2,700. The success of the AAESPH Review, however, cannot be measured in terms of appearance or circulation. The success, to whatever degree, must be measured by the positive impact the information contained in the Review has on the severely and profoundly handicapped. Hopefully this impact has been considerable and will become more powerful in the near future. As of the first issue of Volume III, Robert York will become the Executive Editor of the AAESPH Review. During the two years covering Volumes I and II the AAESPH Review has received the active support of numerous individuals. The AAESPH Executive Com­ mittee, the AAESPH Editorial Committee, and the associte editors have given greatly of their time and energy. The AAESPH staff, especially Liz Lindley, Mike Steffes, and Janis Reaper, has carried the brunt of the work. The vision of Norris Haring helped the Review through many hard times. But most important, the AAESPH members, by submitting manuscripts, have made the AAESPH Review a meaningful source of information. For us to continue to improve the AAESPH Review, we ask that all members consider how they can best help. Certainly one positive step would be to send quality manuscripts for consideration. We need to have more articles based on well- developed research with severely/profoundly handicapped children. Another step is to actively voice your concerns (either positive or negative) to members of the AAESPH Executive Committee. Finally, we hope that all AAESPH members will use the AAESPH Review in their daily work with individuals with severe and profound handicaps. Eugene Edgar Robert York

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AAESPH ReviewSAGE

Published: Dec 1, 1977

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