amy litton – speech pathologist
Amy works with people who have complex communication needs (CCN) finding ways to give them a voice to say everything they want to say and actively participate in their home, school and community. Amy has worked in the disability sector throughout her career gaining a wide range of experience in the area of augmentative and alternative communication (AAC). She currently works for Link Assistive supporting therapists and people with CCN throughout Australia access assistive technologies. Amy also runs a small private practice, Amy Litton Speech Pathology, specifically working with children who use AAC. Amy is committed to keeping up to date with the latest research and technologies providing evidence based practice for the people she works with. Amy has particular interest in the use of eye gaze technologies and is trained in the use of PODD, LAMP, and many other AAC apps and devices. She is also a qualified Key Word Sign presenter and trained in PROMPT therapy.