Do you need a low tech communication board to try or use with the people you support?
In this grid bundle I have put together a group of different boards that you can print out or use on a tablet. An Etran frame for eyepointing; a "Yes, No, Maybe" board; Qwerty (upper and lower case); ABC (upper and lower case); Hospital appointment board, Basic AAC board.
As it is made in the Grid 2 you can edit the colours, layout and phrases to suit your client's needs. There is an information page that will step you through how to print out the pages, and make basic changes.
The user can access the boards directly or by partner assisted scanning. The Etran boards use a colour coded method, where the user will first look in the direction of the block the letter is in, and then the direction of the corresponding colour for said letter.
Commercially available low tech Communication books: http://acecentre.org.uk/look2talk-complete - high tech version Talk Together http://www.lburkhart.com/podd.htm - high tech available in The Grid 2
More information about low tech communication can be found here: http://www.communicationmatters.org.uk/page/low-tech-aac http://wiki.cogain.org/index.php/Eye_Gaze_Communication_Board http://www.amyspeechlanguagetherapy.com/communication-boards.html http://callcentre.education.ed.ac.uk/Resources/Quick-Guides/AAC/Eye-Pointing-and-using-an-Etran-Frame/ http://www.bridgeschool.org/transition/multimodal/index.php http://www.speechpathologyguru.com/what-is-partner-assisted-visual-scanning-a125/ http://www.speakbook.org/