For the past year, we’ve had the distinct honor of holding a General Services Administration (GSA) contract. This partnership helps give a voice to those who have sacrificed so much for our freedom.
In a world where technology constantly changes, it's easy to forget the simple, yet profound, power of communication. Imagine a life where expressing your thoughts, emotions, and needs was a daily challenge. For many veterans who have returned home, facing this obstacle is an unfortunate reality.
We understand the unique challenges of complex communication disorders, and hope more veterans will experience meaningful communication again with assistive technology available through the GSA collaboration.
Augmentative and alternative communication, or AAC, is an incredible opportunity for adults. AAC vocabularies are available for literate communicators. Veterans with language difficulties acquired through injury or disease may find their words on a device screen through access methods such as eye gaze, head tracking, or switch scanning.
Customized AAC solutions help you do the things that you want to do. AAC devices can serve as an invaluable resource in many settings: home, workplace, medical, and social. Pages and tools within your device can maximize your conversations while helping you control your environment and stay connected to the world around you.
Learn more about AAC for adults.
There’s a lot to consider when making AAC decisions. Our team of consultants consists of experienced speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and other rehabilitation professionals whose role is to help you select and optimize the right AAC device, vocabulary, and accessories for your unique needs. Connect with your local consultant to discuss options and funding questions.