Augmentative Communication

Augmentative communication helps children, who have physical disabilities and/or are non-verbal, to speak and/or write effectively through the use of symbols, technology or other adaptations.  Communication devices for children who qualify for the Assistive Devices Program may be prescribed.  Services are available to individuals up to the age of 21.

For more information on our Augmentative Communication Service please see the ACS Brochure – January 12 2016.

Book sharing service available through every public library in Ontario for clients with a visual, physical or learning disabilities.  Check out the Centre for Equitable Library Access (CELA).

Website with great information regarding  Communication and Literacy.


AAC Resources: Apps, Software, & Training

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