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    Created on Monday, 14 January 2019. Posted by Gillian McNeill

    PrAACtical Approaches to Working with Children and Adults: Supporting Communication through Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC ) - Scottish Study Day. Date: 05 Mar Carnegie Conference Centre, Dunfermline £40 - £80 (8:45am - 3:30pm) This study day organised by Augmentativ...

    Created on Monday, 14 January 2019. Posted by Allan Wilson

    The Scottish Government's Assisted Communication Team is trying to find out how many people in Scotland use a communication aid, or could benefit from having such a device. They are hoping to include a question about this in the 2021 Census. What is the Census? The Census is carried out in the U...

    Created on Thursday, 06 September 2018. Posted by Gillian McNeill

    Do you work with learners using Augmentative and Alternative Communication in education and wish to develop your knowledge, skills and best practice techniques? If so, CALL Scotland have launched their new and unique online learning modules - Supporting Learners with Complex Communication Support Ne...

    Created on Tuesday, 15 May 2018. Posted by Joanna Courtney

    CALL Scotland creates accessible digital versions of the Bookbug P1 Family Bag along with printable symbol resources and symbol resources for iPad. To find out more about how our accessible books and symbol resources support the Bookbug progamme and who they are suitable for watch this&nbs...

    Created on Thursday, 29 March 2018. Posted by Allan Wilson

    Communication Matters are holding a Supplier Roadshow in the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel, Clydebank on Tuesday 22nd May, in association with the Scottish Centre of Technology for the Communication Impaired (SCTCI). Communication Matters is a UK-wide charity whose members include people who use a...

    Created on Monday, 19 March 2018. Posted by Gillian McNeill

    Today is the commencement of the law that entitles people in Scotland to communication equipment and the support required to use it. Often referred to augmentative and alternative communication (AAC), if you need a communication aid, you should now be able to get one. What does this mean for users, ...

    Created on Friday, 02 February 2018. Posted by Gillian McNeill

    Your view is being sought by the Communication Access UK Project on which symbol you would like to see businesses and organisations throughout the UK use to show that communication access is supported there. The project consultation has reached a second stage and there's still an oppor...

    Created on Monday, 08 January 2018. Posted by Allan Wilson

    The Scottish Parliament passed the Health (Tobacco, Nicotine etc. and Care) (Scotland) Act 2016 back on 3rd March of that year. Part 4 of the Act introduced a legal duty for NHS Health Boards in Scotland to provide communication equipment and necessary support for any person who has lost their voice...

    Created on Monday, 11 December 2017. Posted by Allan Wilson

    The Communication Trust has been funded by the Department for Education to conduct a research project on the effective teaching of literacy for pupils who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). Part of the project is a national survey around practices and experiences for any...