Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC)

Augmentative/alternative communication is used for those individuals presenting severe speech and language impairments ranging from those who are nonverbal to those who may only have a limited amount of intelligible speech.

computer activity with a child presenting autism

A child who presents with autism uses Classroom Suite software to complete a writing activity




child with CP

Child communicating with the clinicians through the use of his speech-generating device--Mercury with Speaking Dynamically Pro

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