Communication Disorders Clinic Receives New Device
|Date: Friday, February 14th, 2014||Return to Archive|
The Communication Disorders Clinic is home to a new Tobii Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) device as a result of Caroline Hudson (right), Assistant Communication Disorders Clinic Director, being selected by Courtney Kuzma (left), regional sales consultant, to participate in Tobii ATI’s Product Placement Program. Congratulations Caroline! Having the Tobii device available will mean that our students will be able to have this cutting edge technology at their fingertips to practice and our clients will be able to try out the new technology to see if it is appropriate for their use. We are most fortunate to have this Tobii AAC Device for our clinic. For further information about the CD Clinic please contact email@example.com.
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