Who We Are
Click.Speak.Connect is a consultation agency which partners with clients such as educators and parents to promote better access methods, faster access, and superior overall device experiences in order to promote ease of learning new apps and language skills related to Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). The end result we want to see is AAC users practicing and developing social skills. We also sponsor AAC support groups and have launched a new flagship product called the NadPen Stylus.
The heart and soul of Click.Speak.Connect stems from direct life experience of overcoming adversity and challenges that were thought impossible. Click.Speak.Connect does not present mere trial theories, but actual victories and accomplishments from a personal level that help them promote language and social skill development in AAC users. The products and solutions put forward by Click.Speak.Connect have that tried and true assurance of their personal experience and expertise.
Get Lydia’s Children’s Books:
Looking Through My Eyes Series follows a nine year old girl who has Mixed Cerebral Palsy. Even though Lydia cannot walk and talk, she does not let anything hold her back. With her supportive parents and brother, she has the courage to get herself out in the world and show what she can do!
Looking Through My Eyes Preschool Edition is a simplified version of Loading Through My Eyes for the ages 3 to 6.
Looking Through My Eyes is for 7 to 11 year olds.
What people have to say about Lydia
Sherri Jennings (a Speech - Language Pathologist):
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Hello. everyone! My name is Lydia Dawley. I’m from Decorah, Iowa. Recently I graduated from the University of Wisconsin in Whitewater. I’m the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Click. Speak. Connect. I have had cerebral palsy since birth when I was born with my umbilical cord around my neck two times and had to