The mission of Adler’s Voice is to help children experiencing significant expressive communication challenges obtain the resources, medical and therapeutic treatments, assistive technology, and training they need
to acquire expressive communication.
Adler’s Voice was created by Stephanie Utzman in 2011 to help children experiencing a communication disorder access AAC technology. The program is named after her son Adler who experiences Cerebral Palsy, severe Apraxia, and IDD. Because his communication needs are so complex, advocating for access to high tech AAC has been an ongoing challenge. Through her frustration of battling the one-size-fits-all, hierarchical approach to granting access to AAC, she started this program to help other parents acquire the technology their child needs for communication.
Give a Voice
Help us help these children! If you would like to support the work of Adler’s Voice by making a donation, you can either use your PayPal account or donate by credit card, using PayPal as well as our payment processor Stripe. Donations made by check can be made payable to Adler’s Voice and mailed to 61270 Huckleberry Place, Bend, OR 97702. Adler’s Voice is a registered tax-exempt organization as described in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Thank you very much for your support.
This program is made possible by the generous support of the following foundations: