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  • Ace Centre Office Administrator

    We are currently looking for an Administrator to join our team based in Hollinwood, Oldham.1 year contract – part time 20 hours per week (flexible)£17,714 - £19,742 full time pro rataYou will undertake General Administration duties such as organising mail, arranging travel and handling queries and communicating with clients, families and health professionals over the phone via emails and face-to-face. You will also assist with some financial administration and data entry.The id...  Read More...

  • Ace Centre AAC Consultant Vacancies

    We are looking to appoint qualified occupational therapists / qualified speech and language therapists / education professionals in our Oxfordshire office to join the team and contribute to the delivery of assessments, training and advice and information services across the South of England.This is a great opportunity to join a small and friendly multi-disciplinary team offering excellent CPD opportunities. These roles would suit enthusiastic and highly motivated individuals with an interest in ...  Read More...

  • Local AAC Services Day - Save the date...

    Last year, we held our first Local AAC Services Day, which aimed to bring together professionals with an interest in AAC and a desire to develop AAC provision in their local area. These proved to be very successful events, which Ace Centre is committed to hosting again. So, by popular demand, we would like you to keep the following date free to join us:Local AAC Services Day Hollinwood Business Centre, Albert Street, Oldham.   Read More...

  • Bercow: Ten Years On consultation for children and young people with SLCN.

    As part of Bercow: Ten Years On, a review designed to examine support for children and young people with SLCN in England, I CAN and the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) are asking children and young people with SLCN to share their views on the help and support they receive.The Bercow: Ten Years On project team are inviting children and young people to contribute in the following ways:By completing a short online survey about the support received – surveys are av...  Read More...

  • New Training Dates!

    Are you looking for continuing professional development in the field of Assistive Technology and AAC? Whether you are interested in pursuing a formal qualification, developing your knowledge and skills or networking within the field, check out our new training events: http://acecentre.org.uk/training   Read More...

  • Rehab/Clinical Engineer vacancy in our South office

    We would like to recruit a Rehab / Clinical Engineer / Assistive Technologist to work in our South office team. The role would suit an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual with an interest in or preferably experience of working with AT and AAC and experience of working with people with a range of disabilities.Salary: £25,951 – £41,967 (NJC scale points 29-47), dependent on knowledge, qualifications and experience.To enquire about this post or request an application...  Read More...

  • Bercow: Ten Years On Inquiry regarding children and young people with speech, language and communication needs (SLCN)

    Share your experiences of SLCN support     As part of Bercow: Ten Years On, a project designed to examine support for children and young people with SLCN in England, I CAN and the RCSLT have launched an inquiry.The Bercow: Ten Years On project team are inviting individuals and organisations to contribute. There are two ways to take part:Submit written evidence sharing experiences of the reality of SLCN support and information for children, young people and their families and ...  Read More...

  • PODD 2 Day Introductory course ACE Centre (South)

    We are delighted to announce that Rosie Clark will be delivering a 2 day introductory workshop to the PODD Communication System at ACE Centre (South).  This event will take place on Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th May 2017, and is open to professionals, parents and carers.    Read More...

  • NHS training sessions now available for professionals

    We offer a series of free monthly training events in the North West and Thames Valley & Wessex regions to support the use and implementation of Augmentative & Alternative Communication within the framework of the NHS Specialised AAC Service. These sessions are designed for existing and potential referrers to our NHS specialised AAC services and for professionals involved in the establishment or development of local AAC services. These sessions typically run for half a day.   Read More...

  • #communication4ken

    Inspired by the plight of Coronation Street's longest-term resident, Ken Barlow, ACE Centre have teamed up with Communication Matters to raise awareness of the communication issues faced by those who have had a stroke - and of the help that is available.  Join the conversation at #communication4ken  Corrie fans were heartbroken last week to see Ken silenced due to a sudden stroke, surrounded by the Barlow clan and unable to communicate with them - but help is at hand!   ...  Read More...

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What we do

The ability to communicate is fundamental to a basic quality of life, yet for many people effective communication is difficult because of a physical impairment, language disorder or learning disability. We work with people of all ages who face such challenges.

We're experts in Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) and Assistive Technology (AT), with core specialist services that include:

We also carry out project and consultancy work for local and central statutory services. For more information on what we do and how we work you can see a video on our work here


Information Day Appointments

At Ace Centre, we believe that information should be accessible to all, up-to-date, unbiased and free at source to people in need, which is why we host information days at each of our centres every month.

Each information day consists of five separate one hour appointments which are completely free. These appointments do not provide a full AT/AAC assessment.  Instead, they are an opportunity to meet informally with our staff and discuss your needs.


To book your Information Day Appointment
If you live closer to our North office in Oldham, check out availability and book your appointment here.

If you live closer to our South office in Oxfordshire, check out availability and book your appointment here.

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NHS Assessments & Equipment only requests

Read how to refer a client for assessment & provision, or for equipment only requests.

Download current NHS England eligibility criteria for specialised AAC services, and obtain your copy of our Referral Form Equipment Only Request Form and Guidance Notes.

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