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AACKnowledge Website News

Since the relaunch of our website, we’ve received several enquiries about the AACKnowledge site. In 2013, Communication Matters, in conjunction with Manchester Metropolitan University, launched the AACknowledge website: an online AAC evidence base that presented information on the latest research in AAC in a variety of accessible formats. The site was made possible by grant […]

Friday Announcements – 28th February 2020

1. Now Published: AAC Progress Report 2019 2. Euphonia Project – Supporting People with Dysarthria to be Better Understood 3. Carers Act National Marketing Campaign 4. AAC and GDPR Webinar 12th March 13:00 5. FREE Tobii Dynavox Training #TextTour News from Communication Matters: 6. CM Clinical Decision-Making Applied to Symbol Communication Aids Study Days 7. CM […]

New Courses with Recognised Qualifications for AAC Users Available

Communication Matters has been successful in receiving a grant from the National Lottery Community Fund to deliver Level 1 Mentoring and Level 1 and/or Entry Level 3 in Personal & Social Development qualifications for AAC users over the next three years and to help set up local mentoring schemes. The qualifications consist of a variety […]

CM2020 International AAC Conference – Call for Papers

CM2020 International AAC Conference – Call for Papers You are invited to contribute to the Communication Matters 2020 International AAC Conference (13-15 September, University of Leeds). Again this year we will be using an online submission programme called Aventri. We have based our topic areas on the three aspects of evidence-based practice which constituted improved […]

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