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Humor is another purpose for AAC

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Keith uses his communication device to tell a joke about a skunk.

Keith is shown close up as he uses his communication device

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Joking with a Pharmacist

Sharon King teases an employee in a local store and he is quick with a reply.

Sharon shown in a drugstore talking to the pharmacist
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See more video on Sharon King's Profile page.

 

Telling a Joke with a single-message voice output device:
Although this young may does not have much vocabulary for communication, what he does have is quite powerful to him! (Video clip courtesy of NATRI)

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Fooling Around
Steve is one of the biggest fans of the Seattle Seahawks and has some strong opinions about how things have been going for them. Watch Steve joke about Seattle football teams by clicking below.

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Learn more about him on Steve'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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