The DynaVox InterAACt language framework is an organized network of structured, yet flexible, communication messages that provides quick access to the right words for every situation. The words, phrases and messages found within InterAACt encourage communication independence and support participation during typical day-to-day activities in the home, school, community and work environments.
The diagram below provides a snapshot of the real-life situations and environments in which InterAACt can encourage active participation for individuals with significant communication needs. To get started, locate the age range of the individual with whom you work (e.g., Young Child, Teen, Adult, etc.). Each age group has access to vocabulary for home, school/work, community and hobbies. The content in the diagram becomes more specific as you move out from the center. Keep in mind that additional vocabulary that is specific to the individual can be easily added. Also notice that the common language elements (e.g., core words, keyboards, Quickfires, etc.) of InterAACt are readily available in every communication environment. All of these elements work together to encourage active and efficient participation for people of all ages and communication ability levels.