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Alternative & Augmentative
Communication 

What is Alternative & Augmentative Communication? Who uses it? How can therapists better understand it? What Assistive Communication Devices are available for use?

In a world where we individually speak around 16,000 words a day, the communication styles of individuals is something not often considered by those who speak as their primary form of communication. This website aims too improve understanding of these questions and improve access for all. Feel free to join in our online Forums, and if you have suggestions on more resources, please contact us.

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Devices

Although this section contains a myriad of ACDs, it is not an exhaustive list. If you find a device you know of is not present here, contact us.

Low-Grade

Low-Grade devices are those that do not involve electronic technology, and instead use alternative physical components.

Mid-Grade

Mid-Grade devices use electronic technology, but do not use an interactive screen component.

High-Grade

High-Grade devices can be apps, or stand alone devices that use an interactive electronic screen to allow users to make selections, and output sound.

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