Augmentative and Alternative Communication Program
The Center for Communicative Disorders provides both diagnostic and
intervention services for individuals who have complex communication
needs resulting from the following conditions:
Adults with acquired disorders: Lou Gehrig's disease (ALS),
Parkinson's, MS, Stroke, Primary Progressive Aphasia, Traumatic Brian
Injury, Huntington's Disease, etc.
Children and adults with developmental disorders: Cerebral
Palsy, Autism, Cognitive Disabilities, Childhood Apraxia of Speech, etc.
Our extensive Augmentative and Alternative Communication Lab
provides individuals with the opportunity to match their communication
and accessing needs with a variety of both high tech, light tech and low
tech AAC systems. Graduate students, under the supervision of our
clinical staff, gain experience with both AAC assessment and