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Advocacy is another purpose for communicating through AAC

Lobbying Washington State DSHS to change rules about AAC devices:
        Sharon

Sharon is preparing to speak at DSHS

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Learn more about her work on Sharon's Profile Page.

        Scott

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Learn more about his efforts on Scott's Profile Page.

 

 

Lobbying the State Legislature about Employment
Sharon and Alan lobby about meaningful employment.

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Learn more about their efforst on Sharon King's Profile page and Alan King's Profile page.

 

Fighting the City Department of Engineering for Curb Cuts
Sharon lobbied for curb cuts in her neighborhood.

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Learn more about her work on Sharon King's profile page.



These are just a sampling of examples that show the diversity of possible purposes for AAC. Come back to find more examples as this web site grows.

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