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Hand in Glove

William Broad, a 73-year-old grandfather, had a stroke two years ago. As a result, he lost his ability to speak. Because of physical limitations due to the stroke, he was unable to use a computer effectively to communicate. Clearly, the only other option available to him, spelling out words on an alphabet board, was frustrating. … Continue reading

Back to Basics

Here’s an engaging answer to a simple question: How do you talk to someone who uses AAC? This video takes a back-to-basics approach: Thanks to Judy Bailey for posting this on Facebook!

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