Their products are mats that increase peoples’ capacity to communicate effectively about things that matter to them.
The mats use communication symbols that are based on extensive research. They were designed by Speech and Language Therapists and developed through a programme of research at the University of Stirling.
The mats are used by clinical practitioners, carers and support workers in a wide range of health, social work, residential and education settings. They can be used for consulting children and young people or to overcome communication difficulties for people with learning disability or dementia.
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