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Chip Clarke has been an independent Prentke Romich Company (PRC) representative since 1998. He earned his undergraduate degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology at SUNY Geneseo and his graduate degree in Speech Pathology at Indiana State University, specializing in Augmentative Communication. Chip has worked clinically in the field of Augmentative Communication in both public and private sectors for over 23 years and has also been an instructor for graduate level students at several Virginia universities. Chip founded ATW in 1997 and since then it has successfully grown to cover the mid-Atlantic and Tennessee providing direct support for PRC and Saltillo products. Most recently, Chip has been working with PRC to launch the Access Center, a new approach to supporting individuals requiring alternate access to operate speech generating devices with services ranging from live online customer support to in-depth trainings on a variety of strategies and approaches to supporting individuals with complex communication needs.
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