Communication: Helpful strategies for people who have difficulties in communicating and being understood – Practice Guide by Kent University, Tizard Centre.
Scope (Victoria) has a collection of free resources available for you to download.
Teachers’ Toolkit – aims to help teachers feel more confident to engage and support their students with little or no speech, by equipping them with the latest information and practical step-by-step recommendations. Developed by Communication Rights Australia.
Communication First Principles – Explores the ‘first principles’ when working with people who have Complex Communication Support Needs (CCSN). The suite includes practice guides based on seven evidence based principles for good communication partners (Centre for Applied Disability Research).
Communication Access – Scope Victoria. Promotes business and services to be communication accessible. Includes resource booklet.
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) – Guidelines for speech pathologists who support people with disability. (2104). NSW Families and Community Services.
Complex Communication Needs: Practice Guide for Speech Pathologists who support people with disability (Oct 2015) NSW Families and Community Services.
iPad Apps for Complex Communication Support Needs: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), CALL Scotland 2018.
Discover AAC – From Discover AAC.
AGOSCI – inclusive group interested in enhancing the participation of all people with complex communication needs.