Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is an umbrella term that’s used to describe different communication methods that help individuals who aren’t able to communicate efficiently with their voice. Some people are able to communicate certain things verbally but use AAC to supplement their speech. Others who are unable to use their natural voice use AAC to help them communicate with others. AAC methods vary and are personalized to meet each individual’s needs.

Jeni Bakula demonstrating augmentative and alternative communication device usage Augmentative and Alternative Communication Services 

  • Consultations
  • Assessments
  • Obtaining trial devices
  • Obtaining funding dedicated devices
  • Therapeutic services
  • Device training

High Tech Speech-Generating Devices   

  • PRC Accent devices LKS Team being educated on augmentative and alternative communication devices
  • Saltillo NovaChat devices
  • Tobii Dynavox I Series
  • Mid and Low Tech Systems
  • Core vocabulary boards

Mid and Low Tech Systems 

  • Core vocabulary boards
  • Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
  • GoTalk devices
  • BIGmack and LITTLEmack devices

iPad apps: 

  • LAMP Words for Life
  • TouchChat
  • Snap + Core First
  • Prologuo2go
  • Speak for Yourself
  • Avaz
  • GoTalk NOW+

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