Provides assessment and consultation services to children and adults who experience verbal and/or written communication difficulties. Serves clients who are unable to meet their daily communication interaction needs through verbal speech, writing, and/or computer access.
Provides three streams of service:
- clinician-to-clinician consultation
- assessment and recommendations regarding augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) tools and strategies
- assessment and recommendations regarding alternate access
Does not assume a primary therapy team role. ACETS requires active participation from the client’s community therapy team (e.g., therapist, family, educator, school team member).
ACETS (Augmentative Communication and Educational Technology Service) is an assessment center to assess for funding eligibility through Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) Speech Generating Communication Devices (SGCDs) Benefit Area. For details on the SGCD Benefit Area, please refer to the Alberta Aids to Daily Living (AADL) website.