More individuals with complex communication needs and their families are impacted by hurricanes.
posted 12 months ago by CERV from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
The needs continue to grow. USSAAC is working with other organizations to make a difference by helping to restore communication access for these children and adults who lost their communication device/boards. Thank you to all who are working on the ground and making donations and offering to help. It is truly a community effort.
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