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The Waisman Center Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) Programs provide comprehensive clinical care and support for children and adults with disabilities and their families. We currently offer 2 FREE training programs in the area of AAC.

AAC Partnership Program

The AAC Partnership Program (AAC-PP) is designed to provide education in the area of AAC, engage in collaborative evaluation for AAC needs, and to provide support throughout the speech generating device (SGD) evaluation and funding process.

The AAC Partnership Program provides:

  • Free CEUs. Topics include: Alternative Access, Funding, Literacy, Etc.
  • Collaborative feature matching evaluation
  • Ongoing support from CASC staff during rental, purchase, and implementation  of selected SGD

ECHO AAC ECHO AAC is virtual training program that is designed to provide AAC-related content from experts in the field, to create a network of AAC providers to engage in case-based collaborative problem solving, and to support ongoing successful implementation of speech generating devices across settings.  

ECHO AAC offers 6 sessions bi-weekly on Wednesdays from 3:30-5:00 in the fall and spring!  Each session consists of 45 minutes of didactic content and 45 minutes of case-based problem solving.

If you are interested in more information or would like to join, please email You can join for all sessions or only the ones that work within your schedule.


Rep: Sarah Marshall and Catherine Kanter
Address: 1500 Highland Avenue, Madison, WI 53705
Phone Number:  608-263-7726/608-263-7723
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