Everyone Should Have a Voice

The personal communication between each other is a central part of what makes us human but for some disabled people who have no speech, speech impairments or other speech or language difficulties, the ability and indeed right to communicate with others can be significantly compromised and this is where the need for argumentative and alternative … Continue reading Everyone Should Have a Voice

Mapping my notes

Regular readers may know I am a big fan of Evernote and that it is a core application in how I manage my work and my life as I have after 30000 notes including 17000 organisations and 3000 places which I am continually sorted and adding to. Apart of this is adding locational data to … Continue reading Mapping my notes

We must talk (about AAC)

AAC is short for Alternative and Augmentative Communication which is basically the technology people with speech impairments or no speech use to communicate. While there is much focus on the high tech solutions like iPads and my lightwriter, AAC also relates to low tech devices and can be as simple as a piece of paper with Yes/No … Continue reading We must talk (about AAC)