"I want people to talk directly to me–not to ignore me. I can’t get good services if people don’t know how to communicate with me."
Tien Hoang – Augmentative Communication Mentor
Businesses and organizations can do many things to make their services more accessible for people with speech and language challenges. The information in this section will give you a starting point.
People with communication challenges may have individual communication access needs, but there are some general things your business or organization can do to improve access to your services.
Credits: Adapted from Communication Disabilities Access Canada (CDAC)
Current as of: May 30, 2018
Author: Allied Health, Speech, Language, Hearing and Audiology, Alberta Health Services
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