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Join the AAC Network

Our goal is to bring Wisconsin stakeholders together.

We strive to give everyone a voice by increasing awareness, providing information, and supporting AAC communicators and their families throughout their communication journey.

Building a Community

Attend an upcoming AAC Chat Club event in your area.

The group provides a unique opportunity for AAC communicators of all ages to use ir communication systems and to develop relationships with others who communicate like them.

Great to see you here! Join our community and…

Become a member of the WI AAC Network, follow along by reading our newsletters, or make a donation to support the mission.

Become a Member

The WI AAC Network is for people who use AAC, their families, and professionals. Please join us!

Read Our Newsletters

Take a few minutes to read the quarterly newsletter and catch up on all that we’ve been up to!

Make a Donation

Please consider supporting our efforts. We’re making an impact for all AAC communicators.

In a few words...

The Wisconsin Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) Network was created for people with complex communication needs, their families, and professionals. Since its inception in 2016, the WI AAC Network has continued to grow and evolve.

Check out our Upcoming Events

Don’t miss out on any of our upcoming events. We’d love for you to join us!

There are no upcoming events at this time.

What is AAC?

Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) includes all forms of communication other than speech – from no tech to high tech.

How can you help?

The goal of the WI AAC Network is to bring Wisconsin stakeholders together. Become involved with a committee, or join us at an upcoming event.


Read the latest newsletters:

Summer Newsletter 2021

Summer Newsletter 2021

Welcome to Summer 2021 The first part of the newsletter I always write about something that is about AAC or education, but today  I'm going to talk about family members, especially grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. We discuss all of the time about the...

Second Quarter Newsletter 2021

Second Quarter Newsletter 2021

Welcome and happy autism month. We have known for a long time there are many many people with autism who can benefit from using AAC.  The percentage of children and adults who are AAC is getting bigger and bigger each year.  Facebook has a group for adults who have...

First Quarter Newsletter 2021

First Quarter Newsletter 2021

Welcome to the Wisconsin AAC Network first quarter newsletter.  We made it through the challenging year 2020.  I can not tell you how thankful I am to be in the new year.  Parents and educators we can not thank you enough for your hard work last spring...

Fall Newsletter 2020

Fall Newsletter 2020

Hope you enjoyed AAC Awareness Month! Welcome to the fourth quarter newsletter for 2020.  I am sorry this is late getting out but my October AAC Awareness month was so busy.  Let’s talk about adulthood and AAC. Adulthood and having a complex communication...

Summer Newsletter 2020

Summer Newsletter 2020

Welcome to Summer! Welcome to the 3rd quarter newsletter for WI AAC Network.  As I am writing this the whole world is trying to get back to normal and understanding everyone’s communities.  Together we will get through this and be more understanding of what different...

Spring Newsletter 2020

Spring Newsletter 2020

Welcome to Spring! Welcome to the 2nd quarter newsletter for WI AAC Network.  We hope everyone is safe and healthy during this time.  We certainly find ourselves in unusual circumstances.  We have all had to manage thru being off of school for one to...

Winter Newsletter 2020

Winter Newsletter 2020

Welcome to Winter! Welcome to our winter newsletter. Wow, can you believe it is 2020. There have been so many advancements in the area of AAC. I received my first communication device in 2001 and there were maybe two choices. They were both big, expensive speech...

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