AAC users9 March 2022
We were thrilled to collaborate with Positive Partnerships to create a series of videos showing young people with complex communication needs using their AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) systems out and about. They’re chatting at home, school, and out in their communities.
These videos are available under Creative Commons, so can be shared and used for training in your workshops or at your events with appropriate citation.
Below are a few of the videos. CLICK HERE to view all 18 videos.
We hope these videos highlight how a robust communication system can provide your young person with autonomy, belonging, connection and opportunity!
Copyright Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment 2008 to present, unless otherwise indicated. This material was downloaded from the Positive Partnerships website (https://www.positivepartnerships.com.au) on 10 March 2022 and was not modified. The material is licensed under CC BY 4.0. The Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment, Autism Spectrum Australia and Positive Partnerships do not endorse any product or service that uses this material, make any representations as to the quality of such products or services, or is affiliated with or sponsors the provider.