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  • Voting on symbols at Awsaj Academy Fri, 25 Nov 2016 19:42:26 +0000

    It has always been felt that it was essential that AAC users and those with communication difficulties should evaluate our symbols as part our research into symbol acceptance with real participation at all stages. We felt that this would ensure that the very people who would be using the symbols would provide us with feedback so we could […]

  • An important visit to Cologne by team member Amatullah Kadous Fri, 11 Nov 2016 14:51:01 +0000

    On the 26th October Dr. Amal Ahmad, David Banes and I headed to Cologne to meet Professor Jens Boenisch and his team from the University of Cologne. I met Jens and his colleague Lena Schmidt at ISAAC 2016 in Toronto where they were presenting on “Teaching Core and Language in Bilingual Settings “. Jens attended one […]

  • Tawasol Symbols celebrating International AAC month October 2016 Sat, 22 Oct 2016 11:39:08 +0000

    This month we are celebrating International AAC month like many others around the world as can be seen from the ISAAC website The Tawasol symbols team from Qatar ran a workshop for parents, therapists and people with Autism at the the Second National Autism Forum.  The team stressed the importance of using culturally and linguistically appropriate symbols. Demonstrations […]