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Augmentative & Alternative Communication (AAC)

AAC: supporting all of the ways that someone communicates besides talking

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supporting all of the ways that someone communicates besides talking

Alternative and augmentative communication, also known as AAC, is used when someone communicates in ways other than (alternative) or in addition to (augmentative) speaking. An AAC system includes all of the tools that a person uses to communicate which can include no-/low-tech options and high-tech options. No-tech and low-tech options include gestures, facial expressions, writing/pointing to letters, drawing, and/or pointing to photos, pictures or written words. High-tech options include using an app on an iPad or tablet to communicate.

Interested in AAC services? 

Offered virtually in Ontario (online) by a speech-language pathologist

Daytime & evening

appointments available

Fill out the form below and get started in as little as 1 week

If your child would benefit from expanding how they communicate beyond speaking, we can support you:

Path 1

You need help getting started with AAC (no system set up yet)  

Path 2

You have an AAC system but want help setting it up for your child

Path 3

You have an AAC system that is set up but are interested in support to help your child use it more frequently or expand how they use it to communicate

Fill out the form below and let us know which path would best support your family

Contact Us

Please choose the path you wish to start with (see path options on page above)

Thanks for submitting! We will be in touch within 7 business days

We look forward to supporting your AAC journey!

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