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We work with people of all ages to overcome communication challenges with Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technology (AT)

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Ace Centre provides a range of services to support children and adults with severe communication difficulties

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David's story

David shares insight into his how he communicates after having a stroke. He explains how he uses a partner assisted scanning alphabet chart, organised in frequency order. He also shows how he uses BrainFingers, an EMG muscle switch operated by his Masseter muscle (jaw) with a Grid Pad for communication, entertainment and environmental control.

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David's story

David shares insight into his how he communicates after having a stroke. He explains how he uses a partner assisted scanning alphabet chart, organised in frequency order. He also shows how he uses BrainFingers, an EMG muscle switch operated by his Masseter muscle (jaw) with a Grid Pad for communication, entertainment and environmental control.

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