Communication is a multi-modal process, which can include speech, vocalizations, gestures, facial expressions, as well as a variety of electronic (high-tech) and non-electronic (low-tech) assistive technology. Individuals with complex communication needs (CCN) have few of the conventional means of communication. The goal for students with CCN should not be to find an assistive technology (AT) solution to a student’s communication problem but rather to provide AT that enables the student to efficiently and effectively engage in a variety of communication interactions with various communication partners.

Does the above statement describe the student?