Whose language is it anyway?

Here’s a great little animation about alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) tools: who should be in charge of them, and for what purpose.  It may be a little hard for non-experts to decode, but it makes a clear case for AAC as an expressive medium designed for its user, not a clinical medium designed for its professional.

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