AAC - Augmentative and Alternative Communication
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) can include any strategy used to express thoughts, needs, wants, and ideas. Examples of common AAC strategies might include sign language, picture communication boards and voice output communication devices. Many AAC strategies use picture symbols, letters, words and phrases to represent the messages needed to talk about objects, people and places.
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AAC Camp for Autism-Camp held Summer of 2013 by the Autism Society Inland Empire. Children, teens and adults were taught how use augmentative communication (AAC) to communicate better. Taught by the wonderful staff at WAPADH, and funded in part by the California Communication Access Foundation, this video shows some of the incredible things that happened!
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