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What is AAC? | Webinar | 14/05/2020

May 14 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

| No cost

AAC stands for Augmentative & Alternative Communication and involves the use of multiple strategies to support communication.  AAC may be used as an alternative to speech or as an addition to ‘augment’ or enhance the person’s existing speech.

In this webinar we will explore: 

  • The different types of AAC
  • The benefits of AAC for people with Autism
  • The Myths and Facts
  • How to support AAC

This webinar is recommended for parents and carers of children with Autism aged 0 to 18 years

How Do I Register?

  • For any families who are currently accessing therapy services with the Autism Association of Western Australia, we have chosen to offer our online webinar training content free of charge as a part of your comprehensive service for term 2. To register please select the ‘RSVP’ option below.  

  • For any families not currently accessing services through the Autism Association you are welcome to access any of these training opportunities. A small fee of $58.52 will apply. You can purchase your ticket to attend at the bottom of this page. If you would like to talk to someone about how to access our comprehensive therapy service please call 9489 8900 and request to speak to an Autism Service Advisor or contact us here

How Does a Webinar Work?

Our live webinars are presented using Zoom software which is supported on most computers, laptops, and mobile devices. This allows participants to log in remotely – perfect for regional families or those who are unable to attend our face to face workshops! Zoom also allows participants to interact with other attendees and the presenters using the virtual chat features.

If you have any questions regarding our webinars or the Zoom software, please get in touch at seminars@autism.org.au


May 14
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
No cost
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Autism Association of WA
08 9489 8900


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