Communications Aids and Systems Clinic – Waisman Center

Address: 1500 Highland Avenue
Madison, WI 53705-2280
Phone: (608) 263-2522 Email: Website:

University of Wisconsin – Madison

Julie Gamradt – Director

CASC provides augmentative alternative communication and computer access services. Using assistive technology, the staff (speech language pathologists and occupational therapists with specialized training) provide consumer–centered services to help people with disabilities and neurodegenerative diseases develop written, spoken, or computer–based communication skills needed to reach their full potential. Interdisciplinary services include: direct outcome–focused evaluation and intervention, consultation, technical support, student training, and outreach. The Communications Aids & Systems clinic is an affiliate of the Trace Research and Development Center of the UW-Madison.

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