It's hard to believe that one year ago today I filed the paperwork to begin Building AAC!  I was nervous, eager, and so hopeful that I would be able to help at least one or two people in my area.  I am so proud of all that I've done this year.  I've helped to acquire n...

Learn more about the Spring WATRN meetings. These meetings will be held throghout the State of Wisconsin and focus on switch access and AAC. AbleNet will be discussing their products during the meeting.

Reflecting on my journey of building better communication throughout the state of Wisconsin for individuals with complex communication needs who use AAC

June 29, 2018

Summer is a great time to continue working on literacy skills in your home.  Literacy, both reading and writing skills, are so important to individuals with complex communication needs (CCNs).  The only way to truly say what you want, when you want, to whomever you wan...

Have speech generating devices become "throw-away" technology as we move to mobile solutions such as iPads?

Have you connected with the "WI AAC network family support" group on Facebook, yet?  This is a great group of local individuals that meets to bring individuals with complex communication needs together so that they can meet, socialize, and discuss topics that are impor...

I was recently asked, "What is AAC?  I'd love to share your website/Facebook page/contact information, but I don't really know what you do!"  Usually when people ask me this question I give a generic answer that most people can relate to that goes something like this,...

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