Flooding and Tornados: USSAAC is standing by to help.

posted 6 months ago by CERV from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
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The United States Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication's thoughts are with the folks who were seriously affected by recent flooding and this weekend’s tornadoes.

If you know someone who uses AAC who lost their device or means of communicating with others as a result of these storms, tell them…

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May 2019 bring blue skies and safe times

posted 10 months ago by CERV from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
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Happy New Year to Everyone in Texas and those who were impacted by and who helped folks out during and after Hurricane Harvey United States Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication Board of Directors

National News Organization Recognizes the Work of USSAAC and the AAC Disaster Relief Effort

posted about 2 years ago by ebegley from USSAAC
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Headlines from the Huffington Post on September 21, 2017:

New Website Helps People with Disabilities After Hurricanes. Thanks Sarah and Harvey for getting the word out!

Prentke Romich and Saltillo Announce up to $20,000 in Donations for Families and Individuals with AAC.

posted about 2 years ago by CERV from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
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PRC/Saltillo will donate $10,000 and match contributions of up to another $10,000. These funds will go to families with individuals who use AAC. Dave Moffitt, President of PRC wrote, "It goes without saying that we at PRC and Saltillo don’t care what devices these folks are using. We want to…

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USSAAC is reaching out

posted about 2 years ago by CERV from Community Emergency Response Volunteers of the Monterey Peninsula
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USSAAC is trying to contact all current and former members of the organization in TX and LA to see how you are doing. Pass on information about the site to families with individuals who use AAC.