North Carolina Augmentative Communication Association

The North Carolina Augmentative Communication Association (NCACA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing information and support to nonspeaking individuals, their families and the professionals that serve them. NCACA was started over 30 years ago by individuals in North Carolina that felt there was a need for people to come together and support one another in teaching and understanding alternative forms of communication.

NCACA also serves as the point of contact and expertise for AAC policy issues in our state. Our members are active in sharing AAC information through workshops, presentations, and seminars to national and state professional associations. We are also a source for continuing education, research projects, university lectures, and assistive technology trials for the people of North Carolina.

Save the Date!
Summer Programs are Coming!

The NC Augmentative Communication Association together with the NC Assistive Technology Program are hosting three summer programs.  Each program will take and in-depth look at the different language systems available on commonly used speech generating devices.  In the afternoon, we will look at various case studies and discuss the ways the different language systems can support the current communication needs and build language competence.
Presenting will be:

Dawn Sowers & Holly Camplin with Assistive Technology Works
Ken Whitley with Key Technologies
Jodi Schilian & Wayne Jones with Tobii/DynaVox

July 14th in Charlotte
July 19th in Raleigh
  July 21st in Morganton

Where: NCATP Offices

(Check our Summer Workshop 2016 page under the Events tab for more information)