Once able to access effective and robust communication, nonspeaking people often express a desire to advocate for themselves and for their fellow nonspeakers. I-ASC has been listening and is working to create a platform and tools for self and peer advocacy by:
  • Recruiting nonspeaking, neurodiverse, disabled and neurotypical young adults to promote communication access.
  • Raising awareness about the challenges faced by nonspeaking individuals
  • Advocating for accessibility, neurodiversity, and disability rights
  • Creating opportunities for nonspeaking and neurotypical people to brainstorm innovative solutions
  • Building a passionate community of people who are dedicated to social change for nonspeaking individuals
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