Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland
Supporting people who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) for over 20 years
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Getting in Touch with AAC Contacts in Scotland
If you want to follow up any aspect of AAC in Scotland, or the activities of Augmentative Communication in Practice: Scotland (ACiP:S), please get in touch. You can contact ACiPS directly through enquiries@acipscotland.org.uk or through one of the national centres or specialist AAC services. Any of these will either help you themselves, or link you through to someone else for help.
National Centres

SCTCI (Scottish Centre for Technology for the Communication Impaired), Glasgow. Tel: 0141 201 2619 Email: sctci@ggc.scot.nhs.net (Health)

CALL Scotland (Communication, Access, Literacy, Learning), University of Edinburgh Tel: 0131 651 6235/6 Email: call,scotland@ed.ac.uk (Education)
Specialist AAC Services

Ayrshire & Arran (NHS), Tel: 01294 274191, Email: linda.page@aapct.scot.nhs.uk

Keycomm (Edinburgh & Lothians) Tel: 0131 311 7130 Email: deborah.jans@ea.edin.sch.uk

FAACT (Fife) Tel: 01592 583375, Email: faact.aac@fife.gov.uk

TASSCC (Aberdeen City) Tel: 01224 523106, Email: tasscc@aberdeencity.gov.uk
AAC in NHS Scotland
Each NHS Health board in Scotland has a person who is designated as the ‘AAC Lead’ for that local area. To find out the name and contact details of the AAC Lead in your area, consult the list on the contact page.