International AAC Awareness Month


This October, let us unite in our efforts to ensure that access to communication and AAC is seen not just as a luxury, but a human right.  You can download a copy of the Communication Bill of Rights from the National Joint Committee for the Communication Needs of Persons with Severe Disabilities:

Pat Mirenda, researcher and author, reminds us that access to communication has only one prerequisite; breathing. Copy of Breathing poster.

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Kathryn Helland

Kathryn is a certified speech-language pathologist and works with children and adults with complex communication needs. She has been with the TechOWL team since 2015 and is currently working on her doctorate. She would like to examine how to best support AAC users in higher education.

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