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Working is another purpose for AAC

Interviewing Others
Kristin uses alternative communication to interview other professionals as part of her position as a Research Associate with Washington Research Institute. In that capacity, Kristin has contributed to the Post-ITT Project which helps students with disabilities plan for the transition from secondary to postsecondary schools.

Kristin in shown using his computer-based Morse Code Communicator
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Learn more about her on Kristin's Profile page.


Orientation for New Employment

Alan is oriented to his new job teaching children in schools about artists with disabilities. He is shown in this video demonstrating his technique of painting with his foot. See some his artwork on his enABLES profile page: Alan King.

    Alan is shown painting with a brush between his toes
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Learn more about his art on Alan 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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