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AAC Funding Help Website

The Assistive Technology Law Center and Duke University are producing AACFundingHelp.com to consolidate resources on funding speech generating devices.

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Establishing Core Vocabulary For Students "With Special Needs"


Carla Butorac describes how to begin with core vocabulary, starting with a single word. She also describes and demonstrates some core vocabulary apps.

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Archived Webinar on Switch Accessible Visual Scene Displays Using The iPad

AbleNet presented an overview of the use of visual scene display app, Scene & Heard on the iPad. Attendees will understand the manner in which visual scene displays can be created on the iPad using this app. They will be introduced to some of the ways visual scene displays may be used with different client groups and the principles in designing scenes.

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Great Apps for Autism: "Scene Speak" Review


Here is a great iPad application that can help children with autism learn to associate basic language with people and things in their own world.

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AssistiveWare - It's all there: Ruby with Proloquo2Go using the new Rosie voice


6-year-old Ruby, who was the youngest premature baby in England, diagnosed with autism and a speech disability, using Proloquo2Go for communication using the new child voice Rosie.

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Jayvan using AutismXpress iPad application! Very cute!!


Jayvan is copying the emotions on the AutismXpress iPad application. He is so cute!!

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