Creative Communication

Courses in Creative Communications

Asist argues that creative communication is everyone's responsibility. For people whose primary mode of communication is not verbal we need to explore the many ways that individuals can effectively communicate.

Asist has worked closely with people with learning disabilities and specialists such as speech and language therapists to develop tools for creative communication. Using established techniques and a range of existing and new tools, we promote creative communication to support the involvement of people in decision making processes.

Asist is delighted to offer a one day course, designed and delivered by practising advocates, to explore the ethics, values, challenges and skills for creative communication.

If you have any questions are queries please contact Mark Harris on 01782 845584, or email