Communication Access for ALL Students – RICAA 2023

Communication Access means that “everyone can get their message across, no matter how they communicate.”  (SCOPE, Australia) In 1948 the United Nations Declaration on Human Rights recognised communication as a fundamental right and freedom for all of us.  Communication Access is an important follow-on from this declaration.  By aiming for communication accessibility, we recognise that

Let’s Communicate: Plenary presentation at #QASELcon16

This morning I was honoured and delighted to give a plenary presentation at the Queensland Association of Special Education Leaders (QASEL) 2016 conference.  The presentation was on Augmentative and Alternative Communication – aimed at dispelling some myths and discussing good practice.  I was lucky enough to have students and teachers from Claremont Special School and