Steers AAC offers Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) Services for Children with Cerebral Palsy

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Steers AAC Contact info:

Office:
28035 Dorothy Drive Suite 110
Agoura Hills, CA 91301
Email: AliSteers@SteersAAC.com

The minute we met Ali we knew we had found someone special. She was the first professional who talked to our very complex son like he was a thinking, understanding human. She was and still is the only SLP who understood what tools he needed to successfully communicate, not for just making choices or wants/needs but for connecting and relating to other people. After that first session, she immediately started him on the journey to being a communicator. We now know our son so deeply, in a way that wouldn’t be possible if it weren’t for Ali’s expertise and guidance. We are forever grateful to have her in our lives.”

– Steers AAC parent

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AAC (Augmentative & Alternative Communication)

For the many people with disabilities who have difficulties with spoken communication, augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices and programs can bring language alive and make communication possible.

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Educational Therapy

An educational therapist (ET) is a professional who combines educational and therapeutic approaches for evaluation, individualized intervention, case management, and advocacy on behalf of children and adults with learning disabilities or other learning challenges.

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