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Open-design and Co-Creation of AAC Pictographic Symbols

Open-design and co-creation of AAC pictographic symbols is rarely written about in research journals. Adding and adapting symbols to open licensed symbol sets requires care and understanding of the needs of potential users, plus changes that occur in society or settings over time, as well as an appreciation of any limitations due to a previously developed design style and schema.

· E.A. Draffan

Making AAC happen with UNICEF

UNICEF in the ECARO region recently held an online event to reflect on the experience and lessons learned in establishing AAC within Croatia, Serbia, and Montenegro. The event provided a jumping-off point for further work and action within the region and beyond.

· David Banes

Supporting Ukrainian refugees with AAC symbols and charts

Over the last month many Ukranians have had to leave their country. We have been trying to see how we can help. As a start we have gathered together some links to resources that might help with communication needs across several countries supporting refugees as well as links to those with donation buttons and free translated communication boards.

· E.A. Draffan
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