About Me

I’m an experienced and creative assistive technology and AAC professional, passionate about the role of technology in enabling individuals to participate in fulfilling and meaningful lives.

Charlie Danger

Current Roles

Committee & Board Memberships

Formal Education and Certification

  • BSc in Occupational Therapy
  • MSc in Language and Communication Impairments in Children (LACIC)
  • RESNA-certified Assistive Technology Professional (ATP)
  • UK Registered Occupational Therapist
Charlie standing in front of a large room full of people

Publications, Presentations and Contributions


  • London AAC CEN: Vocabulary Selection: An OT and SLT collaborate for efficient, functional and social communication


  • Danger, C. (2023). AAC in English Classrooms: Are we modelling? The Journal of Communication Matters / Isaac (UK), 37(2), 10-13.
  • ATIA Preconference: The Highs and Lows of Accessing Participation through the Continuum of AT
  • ATIA Conference: Implementing AAC in emerging markets: a guide by Global Symbols and UNICEF
  • ISAAC Cancun: An Online Participatory System to enhance Localisation of AAC Pictographic Symbol Design
  • ISAAC Cancun: Analysing the Impact of AAC Technologies, Training and Support using a Localized Outcomes Measurement Instrument
  • ISAAC Cancun: An OT and SLT explore the assessment of vocabulary selection for people with cerebral palsy
  • Communication Matters: Vocabulary Selection: An OT and SLT collaborate for efficient, functional and social communication.
Charlie Danger with a young girl and her mother, working together to use an eye-gaze system


  • ATAAC Keynote: Better Living Through Technology
  • ATIA Preconference: Communicate to Participate: the Role of Assistive Technology in Childhood
  • ATIA Conference: Building an accessible AAC delivery chain for new markets and enhanced practice
  • Communication Matters: AAC in English Classrooms: Are we modelling?
Charlie Danger standing at a lecturn


  • ATIA Conference: No-fuss, effective, REMOTE eyegaze assessments


  • ATIA Conference: Contemporary AAC services in the United Kingdom
  • PrAACtical AAC (Guest Author): A Look at Google Action Blocks
  • Koester Performance Research: How to do a remote assistive technology assessment
Charlie Danger sitting around with a group of families


  • ATIA Conference: Building an AAC Practice and Solution from Scratch: An overseas experience
  • Talking with Tech: Working with AAC Users From Different Cultures


  • ATIA Conference: Culturally Responsive Assistive Technology Services
  • Communication Matters (Poster): Becoming a culturally responsive AAC practitioner