Everyone has something to say. Working closely with the AAC community, we build apps and share best practices to help you communicate with the world.
What is AAC?
Communication systems, strategies and tools that replace or supplement natural speech are known as augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). These tools support a person who has difficulties communicating using speech.
If you are new to Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) or just new to Proloquo2Go, you are likely feeling anxious and slightly overwhelmed. Here are some useful tips to help you get started!
We should always presume competence for a person with communication difficulties. Presuming competence affects how we make choices around Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), and how we provide opportunities and access to words, communication functions and the alphabet.
Everyone communicates. Communicating with others gives us connection and control in our lives. There are many ways to communicate - with facial expression, gestures, and with words and sentences. A key factor to successful communication is having language. Language gives us the words and ways to share our own thoughts and ideas, desires and wishes.