Family Fun Communication Technology Event (online) to celebrate Halloween and AAC Awareness Month

Come and join us at our Scottish Family Fun Day Communication Event. This event is themed for Halloween and will consist of Storytelling sessions for AAC Users, sensory story sessions and songs and jokes all about Halloween. There will also be a question and answer session for all you moms and dads out there.

To sign up for this free event follow this link: www.bitlylinnks.com/3fJXIMVql

Come and see all the Spooky Goings-on:

Impact of AAC Law: still some way from the vision

RCSLT and the AAC Leads Network have completed a project to measure the impact of the AAC legislation enacted in March 2018. There is 2 different reports one from the Speech and Language Therapist perspective and one from the AAC user perspectives.  Although the survey had some positive results, there is still a lot to do to   There are some lively animations to accompany the reports. Click here to see the reports and animations

Progress Report on AAC Legislation- What has been happening since 2018?

The Augmentative Communication Team at the Scottish Government has published a Progress Report on the Provision of Equipment and Support for AAC Users. The progress report details what has been happening within health boards to meet the legislative requirements on provision of AAC services as well as provides insight into the various tools and resources that have been developed. Click here to see the progress report 2019