Sadly we don't have a great AAC communication board in our hospital (one of my many projects) so I went to the web! I was so so so very excited to find Amy Speech and Language Therapy, Inc. This Speech-Language Pathologist has made a few communication boards curtailed to the adult population.
I was able to print off some of these boards and take them right into my patient today. Now I went in for a dysphagia evaluation (and the patient was very lethargic) so we didn't have the time to try these boards out but the family very much appreciated the gesture.
I only wish that I would have scrolled down a bit farther while I was at the hospital today! I just saw that there are some great boards lower that would have been appropriate for my patient even though they were in the "child section."
Do you work in a hospital with great AAC options? Personally I am a huge fan of AAC in acute care - though I do not have much opportunity to implement mostly due to education and funding. Below are some amazing presentations on use of AAC in acute care - check them out!!