Handy Card for AAC Users

by ALSN Staff on Sat, 2011-01-01 01:01

Using an alternative augmentative communication device, or AAC, is a wonderful way to keep talking when ALS tries to silence you.  But AAC usage is new to many potential conversation partners, and they may not know how to react. These tips, based on recommendations from AAC users, can be clipped and kept in a wallet, and ready to pass out at church, parties, school and sporting events, and other conversational settings.

ALSN Staff
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