New Publication: RehabWire – Augmentative and Alternative Communication

We just posted the latest issue of our RehabWire newsletter. The May issue focuses on projects and publications about augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). AAC is used by people with communication disabilities to meet some or all of their communication needs. AAC includes unaided systems such as sign and gesture systems, sign languages, and writing; “low tech” aids such as communication cards and pointing boards; and “high tech” solutions such as voice output and speech gathering devices and eye-gaze tracking communication programs.

Read or download the latest issue (plus back issues) at http://www.naric.com/public/RehabWire

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