Communication is used in addition to spoken language and is intended to complement and support it
support it. It helps those affected to be better understood and to participate in daily life
participate in daily life. Objects, pictures, pictograms, signs and technical aids
and technical aids (such as tablets) are part of AAC
Communication. All these tools are individually adapted and can be used in combination
be applied. AAC
Communication can take place, for example, via a talker - a tablet,
tablet through which affected children can communicate by pressing certain pictures
by pressing certain pictures. Pictures represent words, which, when strung together, can even
can even form complete sentences.
In this way, augmentative and alternative communication
Acquisition of spoken language. Since communication via spoken language is much
faster than with augmentative and alternative communication, a child will always choose to speak
speech when it is within his or her capabilities.
Important: Children do not learn AAC on their own
on their own. Parents or caregivers take on the role of role modeling AAC. The process of learning can be a long one.
Each step forward can have a profound effect on the child and bring them
and bring them one step closer to a successful dialogue.