Blogs about Adult AAC user


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Respecting privacy in AAC

Autism Acceptance Month challenges us to examine how we teach autonomy and privacy to people learning to use AAC. Alyssa Hillary is an Autistic graduate student in neuroscience, where they do AAC-related research. Their perspective on privacy and autonomy was so powerful that it needed its own blog, which they tell about in their own words here.

D. Burrow

Roleplaying Games and AAC

Proloquo2Go and Proloquo4Text user D. Burrow talks about their love for roleplaying games. D. explains why they’re a perfect method to teach social and communication skills, all with the help of AAC!

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Kit Albrecht

Is AAC always a voice?

We often talk about how Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) gives people a voice, but nobody can decide what someone else’s true voice is.