July 24, 2024

London AAC CEN

The London Clinical Excellence network for AAC exists to promote and increase understanding and best practice in the field of augmentative and alternative communication.

We’re an official Clinical Excellence Network of the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists

Two people in front of some plants with a bucket labelled MNDA. One person is seated in a wheelchair with an eye-gaze communication aid.

Our events

The London AAC CEN  runs online and in-person training events throughout the year.

Our resources

This website contains a growing number of resources including recordings of previous events.

What is AAC?

Augmentative and Alternative Communiction

Everyone has the right to be heard. Augmentative and alternative communication systems provide a voice for those who can’t speak, or can’t be easily understood. 

We focus on supporting those who use aided AAC systems and the people who help them. Aided AAC systems include both print-based aids and electronic devices.  


Who’s involved?

People who use AAC receive support from a wide range of people, all of whom are welcome to be part of the London AAC CEN family. Our members come from a diverse range of backgrounds and each brings new ideas and new ways of working from their profressional and personal experiences. 


Users of aac and their families




Speech and language therapists


Occupational Therapists


Clinical Scientists