Special Needs Apps

Assistive Communication Android Apps for Children with Intellectual Disability

Assistive Communication Apps (AAC Apps) can be incredibly powerful tools to help a child who is not able to speak learn to communicate with those around him.  These apps are used for children who have difficulty using speech to convey their thoughts and ideas.  For those children, an alternative means of communication could be beneficial. […]

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The First-Ever Nonverbal Talk Show Host

According to the National Autism Association, about 40 percent of autistic children do not have the ability to talk. Although some will eventually develop speaking skills, some will never use language in a meaningful way. Others will use picture cards or sign language, and some learn to communicate through written or typed language. One inspiring woman with nonverbal […]

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