Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Devices and tools help children communicate when they are unable to do so on their own. There are a number of reasons why children may need an AAC Device either temporarily or permanently:
1) Brain trauma
3) Birth defect
4) Neurological disorder
5) Other speech or oral motor disorders
Those physically unable to use the touchscreen, Speech generating devices (SGDs) offer flexible access options including:
2) Head tracking
3) Joystick and alternative mouse control
4) Single and multiple switch control
Children with severe physical disabilities can operate a life-changing AAC device.
If your child cannot speak on their own, please come see us or schedule an appointment today. We can train you and your child to use an AAC Device so they can broaden their communication possibilities.