A Bit About Us
People with complex communication needs have a right to communicate, and a lack of trained staff who can help them learn to communicate effectively is an impediment to achieving their goals. A lack of role models who also use communication methods other than their voices hampers their development as competent communicators as well.
It is our goal to improve services to those with complex communication needs, and their families, in order to help them reach their communication potential. We aim to meet the needs of this population by providing scholarships for training, active online collaboration and support, and projects to support our immediate community.
Resources and projects are being developed. Including sending professionals and families to the 2019 Talking AAC Conference, as well as funding and implementing school playground core boards in our area.
If you’re interested in getting help attending training, please see the resource list, or feel free to reach out for suggestions!
You can also follow our facebook page for updated information and opportunities.
We will continue to offer scholarships for training including Talking AAC and literacy based workshops. If you’re interested in collaborating with us, please use the contact form to let us know!
If you’re interested in getting help attending training, or implementing AAC in your setting, please contact us!
Follow our facebook page for updates as well.
The immediate needs for funding include marketing materials, playground core boards for our local at risk schools, literacy training for families and professionals, as well as gatherings of families and professionals to support and collaborate our AAC users.
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14308 Knolson St., Livonia, MI 48154