ISAAC India Chapter :

In April 2008 ISAAC India Chapter was registered formally under Societies Registration Act (1860) of India.

The members are:
R. Rangasayee  :
Rajul Padmanabhan :
Usha Dalvi :
Rubina Lal :
Geetha Mukundan :
Reena Sen :
Manavi Jalan :
Madhuri Kapur :
Kalpana Rao :
The Aims and Objectives of the association:
  To function as ISAAC chapter for India
  To promote use of AAC for empowerment of persons with complex communication needs
  To promote need based AAC techniques and devices
  To promote and conduct human resource development program on AAC systems
  To conduct and support research and develop activities on AAC
  To disseminate information on AAC through publications of newsletters and journals.
  To work in synergy with organizations / institutions involved in promotion and usage of AAC
  To follow and accommodate within its framework the guidelines provided by Isaac from time to time
  To undertake all such projects and / or activities that fulfill the above objectives
  To publish newsletter devoted to AAC
  To bring together members association periodically at conventions / continuing education program, seminars, workshops.
  By co-operating with the medical and allied association connected with AAC in Indian Union or outside for the promotion of the field .
  By organizing exhibitions of assistive technology connected with or pertaining to AAC field in different parts of the country.
  By making subsidiary rules and regulations of the association and to delete after and amend or add to the same as and when necessary for purposes of better management
  By doing all such other things as may be incidental and conducive to the attainments of the aims and objectives of the association.
Broadly the goal is to create:
  Research and Development of Indigenous Aids (both high tech and low tech)
  National Trust Involvement
ISAAC India Chapter has successfully conducted Two National Conference (Mumbai-2009, Chennai- 2010) and is conducting the Third National Conference in Kolkata on February 3rd & 4th February 2011.