Appropriate seating and positioning required for children using AAC methods

Autistic child sitting in w position

Children and adults who have severe speech impairments frequently have problems controlling their posture and extremities, which affect their ability to use augmentative or alternative communication. Both aided and unaided AAC approaches require sufficiently skilled movement of a hand, an eye, or other body part, which can be difficult for people who have cerebral palsy, … Read more