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Speech-language pathologists (SLP) can be found working in many places, including schools, hospitals, and independent clinics. When selecting a SLP to evaluate a child or an adult for an augmentative/alternative communication (AAC) device, it is important to choose an individual who is knowledgeable in AAC. For information to assist with selecting a SLP, visit http://www.asha.org/public/speech/disorders/InfoAACUsers.htm#ask_slp

Additional resources to locate a speech-language pathologist.

The American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA) maintains a list of certified speech-language pathologists, some of whom have interest and experience in AAC. Search the ASHA directory to find a speech-language pathologist in your area. http://www.asha.org/findpro/

The AAC Institute maintains a list of speech-language pathologists who have completed courses in AAC. Search their directory to find a speech-language pathologist in your area that has knowledge of AAC.http://aacinstitute.thaleus.net:8070/self-study/directory.php