Fulfilling Communication Needs For Families
Having children and family members with communication challenges can bring on undue stress. Cam Communicates established in 2021 aims to provide families with AAC devices for all families that are in need. This device has assisted our family and Camron who is Autistic and non-verbal in turning the corner in being able to communicate and thrive. We hope that the device we can provide for your family will assist in bridging the communication gap.
Get to Know Us
Founder & President
I am a Mom on a mission to provide AAC devices to as many children as we can. After learning about the inadequate availability to provide AAC devices to children in need I was determined to find a way to help in any way I could. Cam Communicates was inspired by my sweet boy Camron who is Autistic and non-verbal.
I am Camrons Dad. Ensuring Camron has all the tools and skills needed to be productive throughout his daily life has been my #1 priority. I grew up in a home where my grandmother was a Social Worker for 33 years. That upbringing of being able to help and ensure children have what they need has always been instilled in me. I was previously a Police Officer for 10 years working in the Community. Currently, I am a DevOps Engineer and during my free time, I love to play video games.
My name is Candice Bowler. I am an educator with sixteen years of experience working with students of all ability levels. My passion for teaching started at an early age, but my love for working with students with disabilities started in high school. I volunteered to work with the Special Olympics organization in my hometown and fell in love. I have a passion for working with alternative communication tools and supporting students. Giving a voice to those who may not have been able to communicate before is so rewarding. I currently live in Chesterfield county with my husband, Mark, our dog, cat and turtle.
My name is Bree Key. I am a recent graduate of VCU with degrees in both Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness and Criminal Justice. I currently work as a Student Support Specialist for high schoolers in order to help them transition back into school after COVID and make sure that they are taken care of socially, emotionally, and academically. I also work as a youth mentor for at-risk kids. For as long as I can remember, I have just loved working with children. It is my goal to make sure that ALL children are taken care of regardless of their abilities, race, or gender. They are our future and we have to make sure that each and every one of them have the tools to be successful. In my free time I love to sing, watch movies, and spend time with my family.