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Carr Brackett - DynaVox: Down Syndrome AAC Success Story


Whether playing with friends after school or presenting a report to his classmates, Carr Brackett infuses every situation with a contagious energy. Now that he has his DynaVox V to help him overcome the communication challenges presented by Down syndrome Carr is able to charm everyone he meets.

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UCP of San Luis Obispo's iPads Without Limits Program


The iPad Without Limits program gives iPads to children and teens with disabilities. This video spotlights Tyler Monteiro, a San Luis Obispo resident who has both down syndrome and autism and is non-verbal. In Winter 2011, Tyler was given an iPad. He learned how to use it and more importantly how to communicate with it faster than we could have hoped for.

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Rebecca Bright: Using iPad apps for AAC — Therapy Ideas Live


Rebecca Bright, SLP and app developer, gives a 5-minute lightning talk about using iPad apps for AAC at the second Therapy Ideas event.

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Autism Puzzle Apps - Tozzle


This app is from Tozzle. Includes 42 puzzles with a wide range of variety, perfect for all children, highly engaging, especially for autistic kids who have difficulty learning using conventional methods.

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Autism and iPad... November Update!!!!


Dad has adjusted AAC and child is able to ask for toast using his iPad with AAC software.

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McKade,8, with autism Problem Solving on iPad


A child with autism works to solve the problem of Where's My Water on the iPad. The iPad offers a chance to show how well he can problem solve and think critically.

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Picture Apps Used in the Classroom


Gives examples of how ProLoQuo2Go and ChoiceBoard Creator are used to provide choices and communication in a classroom.

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Finding a Voice Through Technology


Adil Sanai, day program participant at AHRC NYC's Joseph Weingold Center, is featured in this video. Adil received his handheld ChatPC this year, and has already figured out how to customize it. Recently, Adil interviewed for a job using only his ChatPC. He now works in retail.

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Ellen - Using Assistive Technology (AAC)


Ellen uses Assistive Technology to go about her day to day life - both at home and in college. Ellen has Cerebral Palsy and has difficulty controlling her body - she is able to access her Assistive Technology using two head switches.

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