YAACK is a wonderful resource for information about children who use AAC:  http://aac.unl.edu:16080/yaack/

Dr. Caroline Musselwhite's website: http://www.aacintervention.com/

Website of Samuel Sennott, developer of Proloquo2Go and PhD student at PSU. It has great information about AAC and special education: http://www.alltogetherwecan.com/

Linda Burkhart is an internationally known pioneer in the field of simplified technology for children with severe challenges. She has developed numerous adapted materials and innovative strategies for using these devices with children. She is the author of a number of books and software titles on topics of assistive technology and augmentative communication.: http://www.lburkhart.com/

AAC Institute: http://www.aacinstitute.org/

The AAC Institute Parent's corner has great articles to help you understand AAC and some great advice: http://www.aacinstitute.org/Resources/ParentsCorner/archives.html

AAC Techconnect has a tool that allows you to compare the feactures of different devices: http://www.aactechconnect.com/

This website has not been updated in a while, but still has good information and basic vocabulary about AAC: http://depts.washington.edu/augcomm/

USSAAC (United States Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication) is dedicated to providing information and support on the issues, technology, tools and advancements within the world of AAC: http://www.ussaac.org/

ISAAC (International Society for Augmentativle and Alternative Communication: http://www.isaac-online.org/en/home.shtml

Tech-Able has provided individuals with disabilities, their families and support professionals access to Assistive Technology devices through. It also has resources for funding: http://www.techable.org/

This site has matierals you can download for visual scheduled and low tech AAC: http://trainland.tripod.com/pecs.htm

Augmentative Communication Inc. (ACI) publishes resources that help keep busy professionals and individuals with complex communication needs up-to-date on important developments in Augmentative and Alternative Communication: Augmentative Communication Inc: http://www.augcominc.com/

Polyxo.com is a resource for parents, professionals, or anyone interested in teaching children with autism or other related developmental disorders: http://www.polyxo.com/

Speaking of Speech has activity board and communication symbols in PDF format to download and use: http://www.speakingofspeech.com/AugCom_Materials.html

Information about Mediciad Funding from AAC-RERC website. http://www.aac-rerc.com -- Medicare Funding of AAC Technology. Information obtained on June 13, 2009 Supported in part by the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR): http://aac-rerc.psu.edu/index-38242.php.html

Giving Greetings/Say it with Symbols has information and matierals to purchase as well as resources: http://www.givinggreetings.com/