External Links

Please note the Electronic Assistive Technology Service nor Lincolnshire Community Health Service is responsible for the content in this external links. They are provided for information only and do not represent an endorsement of any of the information, products or services contained within.

Communication Matters
Communication Matters is the national charity for communication aid users in the UK.
ACE Centre
The ACE Centre is a UK Charity for people who use communication aids. It is also the Specialist Centre for the North West and South region and borders the EAT Service in North Derbyshire and at Milton Keynes.
Barnsley Assistive Technology Team
Barnsley Assistive Technology Team is an NHS Specialised AAC Service based at Barnsley Hospital. They are the specialised service for the Yorkshire region and border the Electronic Assistive Technology Service at North Derbyshire.
International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC)
The International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ISAAC) is an world wide organisation representing the issues of communication aid users in many different countries.
1Voice
1Voice takes a family and social perspective on communication and recognises the great need for adult role models to inspire children and families alike. 1Voice promotes families supporting each other to overcome the isolation that being unable to speak can bring.
Access to Communication and Technology
Access to Communication and Technology is the Specialised AAC Service for the West Midlands. The ACT Service borders the Electronic Assistive Technology service at the Leicestershire border.
CASEE
CASEE (Communication Aids Service East of England) is the Specialist AAC Centre for the East of England. Their service borders the EAT Service in Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire.
Blatchfords
Blatchfords provides Environmental Control services to Leicestershire and Rutland.
Free Switch Assessment Tool
Free web application for optimising switch and scanning setups.
Motor Neurone Disease Association
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) is an important clinical intervention for many people with MND. Some people with MND may want to bank their voice for future use within high-tech AAC systems.

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