The International Society of Augmentative and alternative Communication (ISAAC), CAAC, University of Pretoria and the South African NPO, Interface, are leading a first-time-ever world wide initiative to highlight the needs and capabilities of children who use AAC. Participating Countries include Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, Egypt, France, Finland, India, Italy, Poland, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan and the USA.
The Centre for AAC will be distributing bookmarks during the week of 1 - 5 October at the Main Campus, University of Pretoria. Felix Visagie, a disability consultant employed at the CAAC, will be making a presentation on Friday 5 October at 9:00 (Room 2-44, Communication Pathology building).
All those interested are more than welcome to attend.
For further information, contact Prof Erna Alant, Director: Centre for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (CAAC) at [email protected]
or at 012 420 2001.
CAAC, Communication Pathology Building, University of Pretoria, Lynnwood Road, Pretoria, 0001 www.caac.up.ac.za
ISAAC: 49 The Donway West, Suite 308, Toronto, ON M3C 3M9, Canada
INTERFACE: P.O. Box 1995, Westville, 3629.