An adult with aphasia may begin at the emergent level of communication, but as they
re-learn and develop new communication and language skills they can easily transition
to the next level. The tools and communication pages needed to support literacy
and language are always available within InterAACt. Each InterAACt page set builds
upon previous experiences to support higher-level language growth and communication
skills where the potential exists in the patient.
A person with aphasia learns vocabulary and uses images to communicate what they
want. As their vocabulary grows, InterAACt provides more communication items to
By using Word Families in Teaching Tools a person with aphasia can practice language
and vocabulary building activities. They can also be used to hear what the device
is speaking and emulate what is being said, providing practice to improve unintelligible
speech. These pages are easy to use and can be linked to any of our emergent or
context-dependent adult pages.
Writing templates help to build sentence skills and aid in practicing verbal communication.