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Communicators In Action



My Recent Stay In Rehab


  Posted on Jun 10, 2024 - 8:11am

By Kerri Adamic, PRC-Saltillo Ambassador and AAC Toatmaster's member I gave a speech for the Toastmaster’s AAC Group recently. PRC-Saltillo hosts this Toastmaster’s group of AAC Users and PRC-Saltillo employees. Toastmasters is an education program that focuses on helping individuals develop skills in various a...


    Communicators In Action   -    rehab, rehabilitation, recovery, toastmasters...


Going Out In The Community With My AAC Device


  Posted on Jun 7, 2024 - 9:01am

By Nicole (Nikki) Kary, PRC-Saltillo Ambassador  I love going into the community with my AAC Device. Not only does it lets me meet new people and they can see how intelligent I am but it also makes people realize that people with disabilities can have thoughts and feelings and that we can have normal conversations. Go...


    Communicators In Action   -    community, new people, conversations, introdu...


By Anthony Arnold, PRC-Saltillo Ambassador I’m Anthony Arnold, an augmentative and alternative communicator from San Tan Valley, Arizona. For almost my entire life, I have had episodes with my allergies and asthma. Sometimes, it has been manageable, and other times it has been problematic.  On May 16, 2024, my ...


    Communicators In Action   -    lifesaver, Anthony, emergency, recovery


AAC Gives Me Independence


  Posted on Jun 5, 2024 - 8:32am

By Kristy Lipe, PRC-Saltillo Ambassador Hello everybody! My name is Kristy Lipe and I'm originally from Memphis, Tennessee but I’ve moved down here to Long Beach, Mississippi with my parents recently . I’m 33 and I have cerebral palsy but that doesn't even stop me from doing much! I've been the Tennessee PRC Am...


    Communicators In Action   -    independence, new community, interact


AAC In Public Encounters


  Posted on Jun 3, 2024 - 1:45pm

By Fadel Rah, PRC-Saltillo Ambassador  When I first meet and talk to people in public with my device the reaction is “WOW”, “How does he do that?” and the discussion starts about how I use my device. The excitement becomes even bigger when they know that I am using my eyes to control the device...


    Communicators In Action   -    AAC, device, Fadel, meeting people,


Sunny Days


  Posted on May 20, 2024 - 2:26pm

By Nikki Kary, PRC-Saltillo Ambassador   Sometimes it can be frustrating to use an AAC Device outside, especially when it's sunny. I am an eye tracking user so I can see my screen, but the camera can't always track my eyes. One of the solutions I've tried is going under a tree with some shade. Also, I have put an...


    Communicators In Action   -    Sunny sunlight bright display