Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) methods are used to replace or supplement speech or writing for individuals who experience difficulty using spoken or written language. AAC methods can be utilized to create more inclusive environments and assist in self-expression of individuals with special needs or disabilities. Presented by E. “Betsy” Kelly, MA, CCC-SLP This workshop will cover: What is Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Who might be appropriate for AAC? What about speech? Language vs. Speech When to refer? Where to refer? (Who Practices?) Types of AAC Show and Tell Devices Assessment Overview What do AAC services look like? Resources and Q&A Space is Limited 50 AttendeesFree Childcare with RSVP Questions? Contact Lisa Valerio, firstname.lastname@example.org or 650-464-1373.