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Hangouts

ImpAACt Voices' Hangouts are a virtual venue where Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) users meet to build relationships by socializing with their peers of all abilities.

Hangouts, for ages 10 and older, are led by AAC users and rooted in compassion, belonging, and community. They are a fun way to foster connections, have lively discussions, join in activities, and most importantly, enjoy yourself. Hosted Hangouts are hosted by expert ImpAACt Leaders and are every second Tuesday of each month from 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM EST.

Star-guests join the Hangouts to uplift and encourage AAC users. They discuss what they are working on and pass down valuable insights to inspire AAC users to pursue their dreams.  

Informal Hangouts, Chat & Check Ins are every third Thursday of each month from 6:00 PM to 6:45 PM EST. We open up the ImpAACt Zoom platform, with no agenda, just a time for everyone to get together and chat.

We have expert AAC users at all of our Hangouts. Come to be encouraged and empowered wherever you are on your communication journey.

Join us and meet other AAC users by being a part of a growing community. To learn more about our Hangouts, reach out to us at info@impaactvoices.org

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ImpAACt Voices Virtual AAC Hangouts

Hangout is December 12, 2023
Chat & Check-In is December 21, 2023
Happy Hour Hangout (Experts 21 & Older) is November 30, 2023
To attend a Hangout or for more information, please email: info@impaactvoices.org

"I would definitely recommend anyone to be a guest speaker for ImpAACt Voices because I had a wonderful experience from beginning to end!"

— Jennifer Lowe, Star-guest

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“ImpAACt Voices is doing a great job of creating a space where those who use AAC can be open and vulnerable while feeling safe. This is hard to find and is crucial to the development of those who use AAC”.

— Hannah Foley, Star-guest

“ImpAACt Voices is doing fantastic work, and I love that they are creating a place where AAC users can interact and meet others, because that is a very important piece to advocating and becoming a communicator.”

— Lydia Dawley, Star-guest

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