PHP's iTECH Center is the largest Assistive Technology (AT) demonstration center in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Assistive Technology: AAC. Communication Devices
Augmentative/Alternative Communication & Technology Services (ACTS) is a private agency serving the needs of individuals with limited or no speech who require augmentative communication (AAC) and assistive technology (AT) .
Via Services strives to enrich the lives of individuals with developmental disabilities and special needs.
Services include Altitude, First Step and Via West
BABY SIGN & PLAY
TODDLER TALK TIME
SOCIAL LANGUAGE GROUPS
FUN WITH FOOD
Being able to speak is something that most people take for granted. However, some of us are born with Cerebral Palsy, have ALS/MND or may have acquired a disability through an injury or a stroke—all of which can impair our ability to speak.
The Center for AAC & Autism was established in 2009 by Prentke Romich to be a resource for clinicians, therapists, and parents who are working to improve the language and communication skills of kids with autism.
The STAR Center is a model demonstration, resource and training center dedicated to ensuring that all individuals with disabilities or other special needs maximize their potential for independence and achieve their personal goals of employment, effective learning and independent living through as
- Articulation and Phonological Delays/Disorders
- Auditory Processing/Comprehension Disorders
- Autistic Spectrum Disorders
The Kay Armstead Center for Communicative Disorders (KACCD) is a non-profit community clinic that has been serving the needs of individuals of all ages, demonstrating a wide variety of speech, language and hearing difficulties and differences, for over fifty years.