All about AAC...
Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) refers to a range of communication methods used by individuals who are unable to effectively communicate using traditional spoken language. This can include individuals with disabilities, such as autism, cerebral palsy, and developmental delays, as well as individuals with speech and language disorders, such as severe apraxia of speech.
The goal of AAC is to provide individuals with the means to communicate their needs, wants, and thoughts, regardless of their ability to speak. There are a variety of AAC devices and technologies available, each designed to meet the specific needs and abilities of the individual.
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