Children, teens and adults who can’t speak can use this symbol-based AAC app for iOS as a daily communication tool and to build language skills. From the first time someone opens the app, a few taps are all it takes to start talking to the world.
Many people cannot rely on natural speech alone and need technology to help them communicate. The nature of the communication disorder affects how we select Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and support their communication. Anyone who cannot rely on speech needs support to communicate.
AngelmanUK is the Angelman syndrome family association of the UK. This is their second AAC conference. The conference combines a mix of presentations and hands-on opportunities to practice implementing AAC.