Next Steps and Resources is the fifth cluster of concepts for the Consider Communication project.
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These are additional resources that are available to help people with complex communication needs, families and teams get the support they need.
About Consider Communication
Consider Communication is a project developed to support people with complex communication needs.
The intended consumers of these activities and ideas include but is not limited to:
- family members
- direct support providers
- health workers
- people with complex communication needs
- other interested people
The ideas and concepts that anchor Consider Communication are on this website.
Activities include a full-day learning opportunity as well as follow-up small group video talks.
The content has been developed and curated by
Kim Singleton, MS, CCC-SLP
Kathryn Helland, MA CCC-SLP
Kathy Beatty, MA CCC-SLP
Made possible by
The Consider Communication project is made possible through a collaboration between Pennsylvania's Office of Developmental Programs and the TechOWL @ Institute on Disabilities @ Temple University.
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TechOWL - Technology for Our Whole Lives is a combination of statewide assistive technology programs including the Assistive Technology Act Program for Pennsylvania.