AACT SEED Project

AACT SEED Project

The aim of the AACT SEED Project was to document what ICT is recommended by major charities and related organisations, and to bring this information together all in one place so that it can be easily accessed by parents, carers and those suffering from communications disabilities.

The aim of the AACT SEED Project was to document what ICT is recommended by major charities and related organisations, and to bring this information together all in one place so that it can be easily accessed by parents, carers and those suffering from communications disabilities.

The work was supported by the University of Reading’s SEED scheme, and by trusts and foundations who have donated to our Virtual Learning Centre fund.

Our Project Summary, Analysis of Key Findings, Tables of Key Findings and a collection of the Articles and Case Studies used, are available to view in PDF format at the bottom of this page.

The project did its best to contact relevant charities to check that the information given here is correct. Of course things change and we may have missed some exciting developments. If you know of any, or feel we should alter the information given here, we’d be delighted to hear from you via our Contact Us page.

 

Summary of our findings

No reference to technology

Recommendation for Hardware

Recommendation for Software

Recommendation for use of AAC to Communicate

Case Studies

Resource Libraries

IT Projects

Information Sheets & Fact Sheets/Articles

Emerging Technologies