Category Archives: AT_AAC

Encouragement and Success

Today is the last day of 2016 so instead of talking about technology, I would like to express my appreciation to the educators, rehabilitation counselors, practitioners, caregivers, parents, and their family members who are helping individuals with disabilities. I encourage … Continue reading

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Verbally (text-based AAC app)

Many app developers have been creating AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication) apps and updating the features. Augmentative communication manufacturers such as DynaVox and Tobi ATI offer apps (from free to a couple hundred dollars) vs their hardware AAC devices which … Continue reading

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Using low cost AAC apps vs. dedicated AAC devices (Part II)

After I posted the topic, “Using low cost AAC apps vs. dedicated AAC devices” at the Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology Website (QIAT), I received some replies via e-mail. Most replies have a common thread and include suggestions so I … Continue reading

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Using low cost AAC Apps vs. dedicated AAC devices (Part I)

From the last posting, a few comments were brought up about the pros and cons on AAC  apps on iDevices vs. the AAC manufacturers’ devices such as DynaVox. Some of other comments that I found on internet include: Pros: – apps … Continue reading

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