posted about 1 month ago by CERV from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
As Hurricane Ida heads north and to the east, it's time to reach out to folks impacted. How to do that? Best way is to identify oranizations, agencies, clinicians and companies who know and serve these individuals (children and adults). If you can help, please consider joining this webportal as…Read More
posted 8 months ago by CERV from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
This site is monitored by the United States Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication by volunteers. We are able to help individuals who have lost or have sustained damage to their AAC tool or device (e.g., communication board, speech generating device).
We wish we could help with other needs, but…
USSAAC is standing by. Ready to help people who rely on AAC and have lost their communication devices/equipment.
posted over 2 years ago by CERV from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
Stay safe and DRY. USAAC's Disaster Relief Committee
posted almost 3 years ago by CERV from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
Hello and Happy New Year. The United States Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication (USSAAC) will monitor this site during and after ALL DECLARED NATURAL DISASTERS that occur in the United States and its territories. Please spread the word to people with severe communication impairments who rely on AAC tools…Read More
posted almost 3 years ago by ebegley from USSAAC
The USSAAC Disaster Relief Committee is ready to help families and individuals who might have lost access to their communication tools during Hurricane Michael. If you have an AAC device that was lost or damaged during Hurricane Michael, please select the I HAVE A NEED button above for assistance.
New Site added to address needs of people who use AAC and their family members impacted by Hurricanes Irma and Maria
posted about 4 years ago by Chris