Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC)
AAC includes all of the ways we share our ideas and feelings without talking.
Types of AAC
Watch as Ahmed Ali delivers his graduation speech via communication device.
This video gives a brief glimpse into how Tyler, who has cerebral palsy and a significant visual impairment progressed from not having a way to talk, to learning to navigate through 8 word choices, and eventually being able to navigate through thousands of words to say whatever he wants to say.
October is AAC Awareness Month
This video shows the importance of teaching core vocabulary to individuals with disabilities. It is a powerful video.
Not Being Able to Speak is Not the Same as Not Having Anything to Say
These videos show some of the different ways our kids can communicate!
Learn More About AAC
CSH Camp Chatterbox
Camp Chatterbox is a one week overnight camp for children and young adults, ages 5-22, who use synthesized Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices. All campers participate in a range of social, recreational, and educational activities to promote use of their communication systems and interact with other children.