Tracy Rackensperger describes the importance of AAC supports for her many employment, independent living, and recreational activities, and areas in which she would like to see improvements in AAC technology.
First shown at the RERC on AAC State of the Science Conference in Arlington, Va, on July 13, 2018.
Text and photos by Tracy Rackensperger (video editing by David McNaughton). Excerpts of video from Tracy’s story used with permission.
Please cite as:
Rackensperger, T. (2018, July 13). “I go everywhere independently”: AAC supports for a VERY active life. Retrieved from https://aac-learning-center.psu.edu/2018/10/14/i-go-everywhere-independently-aac-supports-for-a-very-active-life/
Tracy’s story (Institute on Human Development and Disability at the University of Georgia)