ADVOCAting TO make communication access a priority
Advocacy has proven, historically, to advance the rights of marginalized groups. Communication is a human right that is denied to nonspeakers. I-ASC is committed to advancing communication access for nonspeaking, minimally speaking, and unreliably speaking people through training, education, research, and advocacy. Nonspeakers and Speakers working side by side make up the Spellers and Allies Advocacy Network, which is the advocacy branch of I-ASC!