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Autism is a complex developmental disability which often impacts the acquisition of social and communication skills to varying degrees in affected individuals. Although there is significant variability in the severity of symptoms, many individuals with autism are nonverbal or demonstrate delayed or impaired communication skills. Since communication impairment is at the core of the autism syndrome, a body of research is developing focused on the development of effective communication interventions for this population. One area that holds promise for helping people with communication impairment is the use of augmentative and alternative communication AAC strategies.
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Jump to navigation. Augmentative and alternative communication is a general term used to refer to approaches, strategies, and tools, that enable children and adults with autism and speech and language disorders to communicate their wants, needs, thoughts, and emotions. Sign language, pen and paper, and hand gestures are basic forms of augmentative and alternative communication, as is using a chart and pointing to pictures, letters, words or symbols. Alternatives to speech can be as high-tech as specially fitted devices which allow people to communicate using custom buttons and pressure sensors, or as everyday as children and adults making use of a laptop computer and smartphone to meet their communication needs. On a computer or mobile device, written language can either be typed and displayed on screen or typed and read aloud by an automatized voice facilitated by text-to-speech technology. Many individuals still rely on some degree of spoken language and use alternative and augmentative communication to supplement their speech. It is particularly useful when it comes to constructing longer and more complex either phonetically or linguistically utterances.
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Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) Services

AAC should be considered for anyone with a severe speech-language disorder for whom speaking and writing is insufficient to meet communication needs. These could be children with delayed or disordered speech and language, perhaps due to autism, apraxia of speech, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, genetic syndrome, or traumatic accident. AAC is also appropriate for adults with acquired speech and language disorders such as aphasia, apraxia or severe dysarthria due to a stroke, traumatic injury or degenerative disease. Following best practices in AAC, our focus is on multi-modal communication, relying on a combination of strategies with and without technology.
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Speaking is our primary method of communication. When the ability to speak is impaired or lost entirely, life can become isolated and sad. Children and young adults in particular can find it frustrating when they are unable to express their needs, thoughts and desires. Fortunately, there are a multitude of alternative and augmentative devices available to help them. Some of these devices also combine visual and auditory cues with recorded messages.
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