Augmentative Alternative Communication
AAC devices are typically electronic devices with speech output capabilities to allow nonverbal students to express their needs and wants. AAC devices can be unaided and aided systems from low to high tech options for students. AACs can also range from typing with predictive text to using Picture Exchange Communication (PECS), which allows people with little or no communication abilities to communicate using pictures and icons.
Other Examples of AAC:
Tobii Dynavox Eye Gaze
iPad with AAC Applications
- Proloquo2go, LAMP, Autismate, TouchChat
Logan ProxTalker Modular AAC Device Package.
Hip Talk Plus Communicator.
Beamz Interactive Music System.
MegaBee Assisted Communication and Writing Tablet.
Pal Pads Pressure Activated Switches.
Pocket Go-Talk 5-Level Communication Device.
Finding the most appropriate and beneficial device is explored through our AAC evaluation process.