Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences


Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Laboratory (Speech and Hearing Center, Room B29)

dynavox Individuals suffering from a wide variety of conditions such as cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities, multiple sclerosis, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), stroke, traumatic brain injury (TBI), to name a few, can benefit from augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) technology. Following a comprehensive evaluation, the selection of an appropriate AAC device can improve an individual's ability to control his/her environment and communicate with others. Access to this technology and training in the use of an AAC device can have a profound positive effect on quality of life. AAC can— perhaps for the first time—make it possible for an individual to effectively communicate his or her feelings, needs, and desires.

The AAC laboratory houses a variety of innovative products that can improve the communication abilities of physically challenged and neurologically impaired individuals:

  • Mini merc
  • L*E*O Speech Communication Device
  • Go Talk
  • Tech Talk
  • Voice Pod
  • Tech Scan/32
  • DynaVox Palmtop3
  • DynaVox Boardmaker
  • DynaVox Lightwriter
  • DynaVox Vmax

Last modified: Oct 25, 2011

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