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Recreation is another purpose for AAC

Choosing books with eye-gaze signals for yes/no
Communicating through a voice output device is still in the future for Ashley, but meanwhile she effectively comunicates with peers via eye-gaze. Notice how a partner as young as 4th grade can use this technique effectively with Ashley.

Ashley is shown seated in her wheelchair in the library
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A Story about Singing Karaoke
Scott tells a story about Karaoke singing at a bar. You can just imagine the fun he has doing it! After you view this video, learn more about Scott on his enABLES profile page: Scott Palm Profile

Scott is shown in front of a blackboard
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Learn more about this on Scott Palm's Profile page.

 

Art class
Sharon and Alan participate in art classes using alternative communication as well as some alternative painting techniques. After you view the video, check out their beautiful artwork by visiting their enABLES profiles: Sharon King Profile and Alan King Profile.

Sharon is shown painting
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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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