ExploreAAC.com is a new website that provides parents, caregivers, new SLPs, and professionals with tools to take the next step in obtaining an AAC device.
Individuals with severe communication disorders may rely on Augmentative and Alternative Communication devices (AAC) to facilitate their ability to communicate and interact with the world around them.
An educational resource for parents and teachers with students who have special needs.
Speech-Langauge Pathologists are the primary providers for feeding and swallowing disorders, otherwise known as dysphagia.
Breaks communication development down by grade level.