Being able to communicate during an emergency

Institute on Disabilities LOGOBeing able to communicate during an emergency is vital to helping first responders provide the care necessary and to contact your closest loved ones. And as we are aware, communication comes in many forms, from the spoken word, to ASL, to communication devices. The Institute on Disabilities provides a list of assistive technology that can aid in communication, especially during emergencies. 

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