Welcome to the I-ASC website. This website is an evidence-based resource to support decision making for families and professionals involved in AAC assessment.
‘Identifying Appropriate Symbol Communication Aids for Children who are non-speaking: enhancing clinical decision making’ (I-ASC) was a 3 and a half year research study conducted from 2016-2019 by Manchester Metropolitan University with the University of Leeds and Barnsley Assistive Technology Service. The research was funded by the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
last updated 15.05.2019
How to use this website
This website has been designed to support you navigate through the I-ASC findings and resources. If you are new to I-ASC you may want to visit the section 'About the research' which describes the project, the funders and contributors to the research.
If you want to read about the findings and explore resources to support decision making, you might want to visit the sections 'I-ASC Explanatory Model' or 'Resources'.
Within the explanatory model section you can also directly access specific research findings, tools and resources or additional learning by selecting the icons below when they appear on the page.
- Research findings
- Tools and resources
- Additional learning