North Carolina Augmentative Communication Association

Benefits of Membership

Membership
The NCACA welcomes SLPs, OTs, PTs, Psychologists, Special Educators, AT Specialists, Rehabilitation Engineers, Vendors and all related professionals, as well as AAC users and their families into the Association's membership.

Aug-Communique’
The official NCACA newsletter is published twice a year. It is full of great ideas and resources to improve the communication abilities of persons needing augmentative and alternative (AAC) strategies. New and archived issues available in Members Area.

Membership Directory
Published yearly, this directory of member names, email addresses and phone numbers provides an invaluable networking resource as well as a way to keep in touch with colleagues and friends. Only available in Members Area.

Mentor List
Published on the website, includes names and contact information of professionals willing to assist in responding to questions for any given AAC technology questions. Mentors are professionals in a variety of positions, and are able to respond to most questions regarding AAC techniques and strategies.

Regional Meetings
Yearly training and networking meetings are held in different regions across North Carolina. Challenges and solutions and the latest in AAC technology are discussed. Future focus is on organizing regional networking opportunities. Special discount available for Members.

Annual Conference
This two-day conference held in late winter provides information on state-of –the-art technology and strategies for enhancing communication in individuals of all ages with various disabilities. ASHA CEUs are available. Scholarships to attend the conference are available for students, families and consumers. NCACA Members and Presenters receive conference discounts.

Annual Dues are $25.00 for Professionals

MEMBERSHIPS RUNS: JANUARY - DECEMBER

Need a hard copy of the Membership Application?  2017 membership application