Lunch and Learn
October 30th 11am - 1pm
New Voices invites you to come mix and mingle at our first lunch and learn. BTW, lunch IS provided.
Keely McMahan, speech-language pathologist and consultant for Control Bionics, Inc., will introduce an exciting new technology for AAC users, the NeuroNode Trilogy. The NeuroNodeTrilogy communication device combines a wearable EMG (electromyography) switch and eye gaze to control Grid 3 communication software. The Trilogy opens doors for device access for AAC users with limited motor skills to communicate faster, more easily, and with less fatigue than eye gaze alone or traditional switches.
Space is limited so reserve your seat today at https://lunchandlearn_aac.eventbrite.com
Our mission is to improve the education of children with severe communication and physical disabilities, affecting their ability to speak and move, by increasing awareness of their underestimated potential and elevating the capabilities of families, teachers, and other professionals who work with them.
New Voices has funds available from the Durham Cerebral Palsy Foundation Fund of the Triangle Community Foundation to provide communication equipment to students 0-18 years old in North Carolina with cerebral palsy or other neuromuscular disorders.
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New Voices is a proud sponsor
of the 2020 NC ACA Conference
February 20th and 21st, 2020
WinMock Event Center
What our Friends Say.....
"I was deeply honored to receive the LJP award [...] I felt that someone cared about what we were doing with the children. Our work often goes unrecognized and totally misunderstood. New Voices understands connecting children with communication systems."
2015 Lara Jane Parker Award Winner