Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland
Supporting people who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) for over 20 years
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What is Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland?
Established in 1991, Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland (ACiP:S) is a national network that links together specialist AAC services and professionals; children and adults who use AAC (and their families); statutory services and voluntary agencies; and that provides resources, information and support.

ACiP:S - Building an AAC community
ACiP:S is not a ‘service’. It is a multi-disciplinary group that is deeply committed to AAC and people who use AAC. ACiP:S is the core or ‘hub’ of the AAC community in Scotland. ACiP:S works to move AAC forward in Scotland in a variety of ways.

ACiP:S - Coordinating and Linking
ACiP:S members collaborate and cooperate. They link with many agencies providing information and training in the United Kingdom and beyond. The network can help to focus activity centrally and acts as a coordinating body for Scotland in the field of AAC.

ACiP:S also acts as the Scottish ‘arm’ of the national UK charity Communication Matters (which in turn is the UK branch of ISAAC, the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication).
Latest News  
- Information on this year’s ACP:S Study Day, An Introduction to AAC: Putting Theory into Practice, on 11th November is now available here.
Using an E-Tran frame for communication at the Family Fun Day Using Dynavox communication aid at the Family Fun Day