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Take 2-Created this one page poster to support AAC implementation in classrooms and at home. Hope it's helpful! Thanks to my BCIU colleagues Pat Mervine of Speaking of Speech.com, Melissa Skocypec, and Cathie VanALstine for their collaboration on the content! -This is a modification of the first post following a suggestion by @Deanne Shoyer. PRESUME COMPETENCE is now at the top!
Sounding Board ($0.00) SoundingBoard transforms your iPhone, iPod Touch, or iPad into the latest in communication technology. In just minutes, you can create custom boards using AbleNet symbols or your own photos. Perfect for children in special education, persons on the autism spectrum, and adults with disabilities. Switch accessible.
Not AAC, but could be used by those that use eye gaze type devices - MagicReader:: ipad app Open up a PDF in this app then stare at the screen. When the two blue stars at the top of the page light up, you're ready to start flipping the pages — simply by turning your head to the left or the right. Must try this