Access-Ability Communications Technology (AACT) seeks to enable Information Technology to be used to help people, particularly children and young people, with communication disabilities and to promote the wider understanding of such disabilities. AACT raise funds, coordinate expert consultants and volunteers, run projects and work with other organisations that embrace innovative technologies, encouraging children and their supporters to try new ways of communicating.
Access-Ability Communications Technology (AACT)
Who to contact
- 0118 931 3240
Where to go
- AACT, Room 119, Building LO 24, Learning Hub, Institute of Education,
University Of Reading
- RG1 5AQ
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