Communication Works 2018

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THURSDAY 24 MAY, 10am – 4pm
This is a FREE event, but please register with Eventbrite

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Come and see the latest technology that assists and includes at Communication Works 2018, plus celebrate 50 years of CENMAC.
venue: Charlton Park Academy, London SE7 8HX

 

Find out about Assistive Technology, Communication Tools, Digital Strategies, Person-Centred Planning and CENMAC’s assistive technology journey. Details of companies attending, seminars and workshops will be published here and on our our websites in April.This is a FREE event but please register your place via eventbrite:
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CENMAC at 50

Join our Cenmac at 50 Facebook Group to share stories of assistive technology, especially if you are a new or previous user of CENMAC: www.facebook.com/groups/cenmacat50

If you would like more information, please email:

Kathryn Stowell: kstowell@charltonparkacademy.co.uk
or Gill Dodsworth: gill@cenmac.com

This event will be held at Charlton Park Academy.
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For further information, please email:
Gill Dodsworth: Gill@cenmac
or Kathryn Stowell: kstowell@charltonparkacademy.co.uk

To view previous Communication Works, click here.


CW2018 – Companies attending

Below are the list of companies attending. Please note this list will be updated regularly.

  • Ability World: Manufacturers and suppliers of leading assistive products for augmentative & alternative communication (AAC),access and learning support. www.ability-world.com
  • Assistive Solutions: Assistive Solutions are proud of their knowledge of disability and assistive technology, especially of dyslexia and teaching techniques.  assistiveitsolutions.com
  • CENMAC: CENMAC is a unique, London-based support service offering assessments, reviews and loan of equipment to help pupils with a disability access the curriculum using assistive technology.  cenmac.com
  • Commtap: Resources for developing children’s and adults’ communication skills created by speech and language therapists and other specialists. These resources are suitable for use by speech and language therapists, school or centre staff, parents and carers.  en.commtap.org
  • Cosmo: An award-winning system that changes the way that early years learners and young people with SEN train their physical, cognitive and communication skills.  www.filisia.com
  • Crick Software: Many children struggle with their learning due to their literacy difficulties. Therefore, Crick Software have created products to overcome those difficulties, and make them accessible for all.  www.cricksoft.com
  • Inclusive Technology: Inclusive Technology is a leading supplier of software and hardware for people with special needs.
    www.inclusive.co.uk
  • LGFL: A community of schools and local authorities committed to using technology to enhance teaching and learning.  www.lgfl.net 
  • London Speech Therapy: London Speech Therapy & Allied Services provide independent Speech & Language Therapy; Occupational Therapy and Educational Psychology services to 56 schools and families across London; South Wales and beyond.
    www.londonspeechtherapy.co.uk
  • Mobilize Me: Digital support tools that creates coherence, gives overview and helps people with cognitive challenges getting a better everyday life. mobilize-me.com
  • MOVE: The Move Programme from Enham Trust, work with a variety of organisations to improve the wellbeing of disabled children, and disabled people with complex needs of any age and ability. www.enhamtrust.org.uk
  • OhBot: Ohbot educational robotics system has been designed to stretch your pupils’ computational thinking and understanding of computer science.  www.ohbot.co.uk
  • PCBY Voice: PCBY supply voice activation software and voice driven software application development. www.pcbyvoice.com
  • Speaks4me: Speaks4me is an electronic speech communication application. www.speaks4me.eu
  • Scanning Pens: A portable device for those who suffer from reading difficulties such as dyslexia. www.scanningpens.co.uk
  • Sensory Guru: Sensory Guru are passionate about interactive, sensory and assistive technology.  www.sensoryguru.com
  • Skoog: A musical instrument that anyone can play.  skoogmusic.com
  • SmartboxAT: Communication aids that provide a complete AAC solution tailored to fit individual needs.
    thinksmartbox.com
  • Soundbeam: This award-winning ‘Touch Free’ device uses sensor technology to translate body movement into music and sound.  www.soundbeam.co.uk
  • TobiiDynavox: Tobii Dynavox is the business unit within Tobii Group where we help individuals with different phyiscal and cognitive limitiations live richer and more independent lives. www.tobiidynavox.com
  • Widgit: Widgit Software has been a pioneer in the field of developing materials for people who have difficulty in
    understanding and using text. www.widgit.com
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