Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

When language and speech impairments, like aphasia, apraxia and dysarthria, make communicating difficult, Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) tools can be used to support, or provide an alternative to, spoken communication. 











These systems can be a temporary communication solution while natural speech and language is improving, or may be a permanent mode of communication for their users.  AAC systems  ensure that the user is able to participate successfully in social situations in the home, community and/or workplace.

Call me today for more information about AAC options and treatment.

  • no and low-technology communication aids

    • picture communication boards

    • use of gestures

    • drawing pictures, etc. 

  • high-technology communication aids

    • Speech Generating Devices (SGDs)

    • tablet computers

    • apps

AAC systems include:

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17830 New Hampshire Ave., Suite 300

Ashton, MD 20861

Serving Montgomery County, MD and surrounding areas.

Tel:(301) 323-8486

Fax:(240) 422-8283

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