What is AAC?

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Unaided AAC

Paper based AAC

Electronic AAC

Who benefits from AAC?

How can AAC help?

There are many benefits to using AAC beyond asking for things you want and need. With the successful use of AAC, someone can express their thoughts and opinions, share stories and jokes, ask for information and communicate when something is wrong.

Using AAC can help people to build relationships with their community. It can help someone to take part in social groups and situations that might not have been available to them before.

Grid software

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AAC Devices

Our specialised AAC devices are designed for communication with symbol or text based vocabulary, and using accessible apps to control your environment and computer.

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Training in AAC

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