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Supporting communication through AAC

Communication is a basic human right, a need and a critical part of learning. For some people communicating through speech is difficult, or slow to develop. Many people now use Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) systems. These systems supplement or support the spoken element in communication. There are different vocabularies and languages to choose from, so the individual can use the most appropriate system. 'Supporting Communication through AAC' is available to download from this site. It gives a thorough guide to supporting AAC users in all walks of life. Invaluable.

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