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AAC Ambassadors Inspire and Educate By Demonstrating the Power of Technology for Communication

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CALL YOUR U.S. REPRESENTATIVE TO ASK FOR SUPPORT OF H.R. 628

  The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services has made several changes during the past year that have threatened patient access to Speech-Generating Devices (SGDs) and SGD-related eye-tracking accessories.  Steve Gleason, a former professional football player, is now battling with a diagnosis of ALS. His tireless advocacy for those with ALS led to The Steve Gleason Act of 2015, which was introduced in the House of Representatives as H.R. 628. The Gleason Act has two main points:1.

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Words for Life™ aids students with verbal challenges

Tribune-StarTerre Haute, IndianaFebruary 10th, 2015by Sue Loughlin This week, Dixie Russell's five-year-old daughter, Sophia, will receive the loan of an iPad with a special communication app that will assist the child  in communicating her wants and needs. The iPad will be equipped with an app called LAMP Words for Life™ (WFL), a tool that assists those who are nonverbal or who have communication challenges. Read the article in its' entirety here: http://www.tribstar.

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Noah Trembly Presents 18th Annual Edwin and Esther Prentke AAC Distinguished Lecture at 2014 ASHA Convention

Ohio University Employee with Cerebral Palsy Challenges ASHA Attendees to "Unlock the Door" to Employment for Those with DisabilitiesNoah Trembly, a technology and accessibility consultant at Ohio University who communicates using a speech-generating device because of disabilities related to cerebral palsy, presented the prestigious Edwin and Esther Prentke AAC Distinguished Lecture on November 21, 2014 at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) in

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Discover Realize Language™: A New Online Tool for AAC

Realize Language organizes and analyzes the data logs generated by PRC AAC systems and presents this information in easy-to-understand graphic form.  As weeks and months progress, you'll gain better insight into a child's communication development. With simple, one-click tools, you can:  Quickly create valuable reports that anyone can understand.

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