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5 Must Have AAC Apps for Adults
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5 Must-Have AAC Apps For Adults

Augmented and Alternative Communication (AAC) apps for adults can be used for varied reasons from a temporary disability to a permanent one. Using a device or AAC app for nonverbal communication gives the user freedom to express him/herself where otherwise they may have not been able to do. The app can be helpful for family…
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Google I/O, Tango, and Android Gear

I was fortunate enough to attend Google I/O 2014. There are two things which captured my attention. The first was Project Tango, which was on my radar prior to Google I/O. Project Tango is the work of Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects (ATAP) and is lead by Johnny Lee. The work they are doing with new high powered tablets holds great promise for those with special needs.
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Can Simplicity Make AAC Emotional?

  Insanely Simple Insanely Simple by Ken Segall is an incredible book.  It opened my eyes, changed my mind, and helped me understand what my son was trying to teach me. My son likes simplicity. He would rather you leave something out, and make it work, than leave it in at the risk of diminished functionality.  This…