Oakland Schools Augmentative/Alternative Communication (AAC) Team supports local district teams servicing students with complex communication needs who are supported through augmentative and alternative communication strategies and systems.
The AAC team also provides assistance to LEA staff when an Assistive Technology consideration is needed to determine appropriate tools to support access to the curriculum for students with a physical impairment.
Our goal is for all students to become competent communicators.
Our team is happy to assist you in supporting your students who use or could benefit from AAC.
The AAC team provides the following support to Oakland County local district teams:
Our continuum of opportunities is designed to engage educational SLPs and their teams in sustained and collaborative professional learning to support students with complex communication needs.
AAC Loan Library
Assigned AAC Consultants
Services to support the AT Consideration Process are available to local districts with the submission of the District Service Request (DSR), available through the district's office of special education.
If you have questions concerning AAC implementation, building language skills, or use of the system in the classroom, please contact the AAC consultant currently serving your district.
Marlene Cummings: Avondale, Lake Orion, Oxford, Rochester
Stacey Fox: Birmingham, Clarenceville, Huron Valley, Novi, Southfield, Walled Lake
Janet Hamblin : Clarkston, Clawson, Pontiac, Troy, Waterford, West Bloomfield
Dawn Jones: Berkley, Farmington, Ferndale, Hazel Park, Lamphere, Madison, Oak Park, Royal Oak, South Lyon
Sandy McIntyre: Bloomfield Hills, Brandon, Holly, Pontiac (Kennedy Center)
Teresa Bitti: Assistive Technology (AT) to support curriculum access for students with a physical impairment