Quiet Riot are a group of AAC users with a particular interest in Facilitated Communication (FC) and/or Facilitated Communication Training (FCT). Most of the members of Quiet Riot use some form of FC or FCT. Ace Centre North have kindly offered their premises to allow Quiet Riot to invite people who support the use of or use FC/FCT to come together and discuss their future needs. The meeting will be held on the 1st May from 1 to 5 at Ace North, Hollinwood Business Centre, Albert Street, Hollinwood, Oldham, OL8 3QL
For more details download the flyer here:http://www.candleaac.com/files/Quiet_Riot_Flyer%20(2).pdf
and/or contact Joe Whittaker on:
Communication and Learning Enterprises
We are a not-for-profit communication aid centre which supports communication and learning needs of children and adults who need Alternative and Augmentative Communication and Assistive Technology. We work with families, schools, residential homes and local community groups. We offer assessments, advice and training as well as ongoing support.
Our particular specialist areas are implementing and developing communication systems, supporting severely disabled students to access the mainstream curriculum and sustained involement and networking with families and disability rights groups. We also have a commitment to a person centred approach.
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The AAC Self Assessment Tool-Kit!
The AAC Self Assessment Tool-Kit is a great resource to find out all about Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technology (AT).
Schools can utilise the AAC Tool-Kit documents to analyse their use of AAC and AT in the classroom, evaluate their training needs and consider the assessment requirements for individuals.
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THE CEREBRAL PALSY HANDBOOK.
Marion Stanton is the author of “The Cerebral Palsy Handbook” available through