We all value the ability to communicate as a fundamental right. Communication enables autonomy, identity, independence and participation. People who experience complex communication needs (CCN) benefit from the use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) solutions to meet their communication needs and enhance life experiences. What is AAC? AAC stands for Augmentative and Alternative Communication. This term describes various methods of communication and may include: High-tech speech generating devices Low-tech communication boards/books High-tech single and multi-message communication aids Low-tech symbols Unaided systems e.g. signing
Fees & Charges
We are registered providers with NDIS, My Aged Care, DVA and Medicare and will work with you to determine how to fund the service you require.
All services are payable at the time of service unless other arrangements are made prior to the services.
All rates are for private allied health services provided during standard business hours, Monday to Friday (excluding public holidays). Services can be available outside of standard business hours or on public holidays however additional charges may apply and will be confirmed prior to confirming that service.