Publication - Advice and guidance

A Right to Speak Supporting Individuals who use Alternative and Augmentative Communication

Published: 12 Jun 2012
Part of:
Health and social care
ISBN:
9781780456553

Guidance to be used by people who use Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC), their familes, strategic and operational heads within health boards, local authority social work and education departments and the voluntary sector

51 page PDF

1.0 MB

51 page PDF

1.0 MB

Contents
A Right to Speak Supporting Individuals who use Alternative and Augmentative Communication
Appendix 5 Descriptive Summary of Existing Specialist AAC Services

51 page PDF

1.0 MB

Appendix 5 Descriptive Summary of Existing Specialist AAC Services

SCTCI CALL KEY COMM FACCT AAC Resource TASSCC
Population Adults & Children Children Adults & Children Adults & Children Adults & Children Children
Type of service National National Regional Regional Specialist Specialist
Area covered Scotland 10/14 HB's Scotland All LA'S Within Lothian HB Fife LA and HB All LA's within Ayrshire and Arran HB Aberdeen City & Aberdeenshire CHP & NHS Grampian
Access to SCTCI ~ ~ No No Yes Yes
Multi-disciplinary team SLT Clinical Technologist SLT Teacher Engineer Psychologist Specialist support staff SLT Teacher Assistant SLT Teacher Technician Assistant SLT SLT Teacher Assistant
Training Provided Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Assessment Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Trial Equipment Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Equipment Provision No No Yes Yes Yes Yes-limited to Aberdeen City & Aberdeenshire CHP

Contact

Email: Peter Kelly