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Improving AAC provision

The I-ASC research team outline an ongoing study into providing appropriate communication aids for children who are non speaking

Janice Murray1, Yvonne Lynch1, Liz Moulam1, Stuart Meredith1, Juliet Goldbart1, Simon Judge2, Nicola Randall2, David Meads3, Edward Webb3, Stephane Hess3 and Helen Whittle1.

1Manchester Metropolitan University, 2Barnsley Assistive Technology Service – Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 3University of Leeds.

Top tech for SEN

Eleanor Overland outlines ten key developments in technology that are being used to support learners with SEN and disabilities

Finding a voice

Jenny Herd looks at the range of systems, from high-tech to no-tech, that help children without speech to communicate

Who needs assistive technology?

Antony Ruck looks at how technology can transform classrooms and open up avenues to work for students with disabilities

Working backwards

Finding the right assistive solutions for those with CP should start with what they want to achieve, write Helen Cronshaw and Hannah Golding

Aiding the transition

Kate Duggan looks at how the right communication aid can help students as they move beyond school 

Opening up learning

Mark McCusker looks at how developments in assistive technology are changing the nature of education

High hopes

 Marion Stanton looks at how we can help students with cerebral palsy to realise their potential

Without a voice

Thousands of children may be missing out on the right to communicate. Cathy Harris assesses the implications of a landmark AAC report

AAC provision is not meeting need

More than 20,000 people in the UK may be living without access to a powered communication aid that would enable them to communicate more...

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