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A Real Page-Turner
April 22, 2013 10:23 AM by Megan Sutton
Spinal cord injury, stroke, and hundreds of congenital and acquired disorders impair the use of hands--an essential body part for using touch-screen technology. A handful of apps are switch-accessible, but these consist mainly of AAC apps and some early Read More...
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Apps: Pros and Cons
February 25, 2013 2:20 PM by Megan Sutton
A recent post by The Speech Dudes entitled "There's no such thing as a free app, so get over it and pony up" does an excellent job discussing the hours of professional time and expense that go into making a speech therapy or assessment app, as well as Read More...
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Headed to ASHA?
November 5, 2012 1:25 PM by Jeremy Legaspi
Headed to the ASHA Convention this year? The following vendors will be there and develop apps! Check out the ASHA Convention Exhibitor guide to plan your trip around the exhibitor hall! http://www.expocadweb.com/2012asha/ec/forms/attendee/indexTab.aspx Read More...
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Top 5 iPad Tips & Tricks – Part 2
July 30, 2012 2:45 PM by Megan Sutton
Last week I shared with you three of my top five iPad tips and tricks. Here are the top two: #2: Text to Speech The iPad will read aloud any text in Notes, Safari, iBooks, Mail, or others apps in which you can select text. To turn this feature on, go Read More...
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Guided Access: What is It?
July 18, 2012 10:27 AM by Jeremy Legaspi
This past weekend I co-presented on Apps for Apraxia and other Special Needs at The Childhood Apraxia of Speech Association of North America (CASANA). When I discussed AAC apps a lot of the parent's gripes were about children exiting their communication Read More...
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