i asc research project

News - 27 Oct 2017

I-ASC are interested in your personal experiences and opinions. Please complete this short survey about communication aids.

As a professional with expertise in the field of AAC, you may already have heard about the Identifying Appropriate Symbol Communication Aids for children who are non-speaking project (I-ASC).  
I-ASC would like to invite you to participate in an anonymous survey about communication aids. This should take no more than 20 minutes. As an AAC professional working with children making decisions around communication resources, your involvement will help to inform the development of free open access guidance tools for assessment.  

Access the survey 

The more AAC professionals I-ASC are able to get to complete the survey the better.  Please feel free to distribute this email to any colleagues who may be interested and ask them if they would be willing to support the project by also completing the survey.

Thank you for your time and support.


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