Myths - Too Cognitively Impaired to Benefit from AAC

There are those who believe that an individual can be too cognitively impaired (or “too low”) to use AAC with the result that AAC is not provided at all, is delayed or that all options are not fully considered. This "AAC Myth Revealed" shares findings from research showing that there is no evidence supporting cognitive prerequisites and that, in fact, there are cognitive benefits to providing AAC.

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