What does ISAAC Canada do?

  • Provides education and information to all levels of government
  • Provides forums for information sharing and interaction amongst Canadians who use AAC, their families and professionals
  • Engages in public education to increase knowledge and reduce barriers for people who use AAC
  • Encourages the development of AAC services in Canada and internationally
  • Encourages availability of sufficient funding to meet the communicative needs of people who use AAC
  • Publishes a national newsletter: Figuratively Speaking
  • Maintains a list of Provincial contacts who provide AAC in Canada
  • Works with its membership and AAC related non-profit organizations to advance its objectives