Grace is an evidence-based picture exchange app designed to encourage and reward independent communication through use of images rather than speech generation.
With Grace, the user is encouraged to find, take, select images, and then point in order to communicate their needs. Grace is not intended to be an app that replaces speech, but rather to encourage independent communication attempts that ensure the user is always understood.
Grace comes with a basic vocabulary of pictures, but it can be fully customized using the device camera, stored photographs or images saved from the internet and added to your device album. Users can select pictures to form a semantic sentence which they can then share, by tilting the device to create a full-screen view, and pointing at each card to hear the listener read each word.
Double-tap a card in the sentence to remove it, and tap and hold on a photo in the Photos category to delete it.
To help you make an informed choice, the Grace App manual is available for download from www.graceapp.com where you will also find a selection of videos demonstrating Grace App in use. Grace App supports and enables therapeutic strategies for developing other communication goals such as accepting “No” and “Wait” - “Asking for Help”, and “Tell me where it hurts”.
Grace App has been improved with the feedback and help of users world wide. If you have any suggestions or need support, please contact us at www.graceapp.com.
Grace App Communication is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: Suitable for all ages, parents and caregivers.
Pic-A-Pec works by scrolling through pages of icons, selecting the desired symbol which is visually sent to the sentence area. Upon sentence completion it can be presented to the listener or read out by the text to talk function. Each step of the process mimics physical picture exchange, only the user can do so using a platform that does not attract negative social stigma.
Pic-A-Pec has been developed by a behavioural therapist with experience teaching and implementing picture exchange systems, giving an understanding of the challenges and requirements of meeting the needs of its users. It has been developed as an element to assist individuals and families by being time and cost effective.
Please note: Mayer-Johnson Images in screenshots and video are not currently included with the app.
Keywords: PECS, Autism, AAC, Text-to-speech, non-verbal, ASD
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The App comes with a generic library of symbols which can be added to or altered by the user. Kieran Speaks makes use of some of the Paxoncrafts Charitable Trust icon set.
Kieran Speaks requires a minimum android version of 3.0 (Honeycomb)
Kieran Speaks requires the READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE android permission which allows the App to read the contents of your SD card. This is required to allow the user to import custom images from the device.
It is aimed at non-verbal kids on the Autism Spectrum and for anyone who could benefit from visual communication tools (regardless of label!).
A free set of images is provided via the website or for download via the app.
Voice synthesis is achieved through the use of the built in Android Text to Speech capabilities or eSpeak can be used if the native TTS is missing.
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This is created for the correct usage of pecs and that is to use pictures as your child's vocabulary. This is often mixed up with using pictures for the parent or therapist to tell the child what they want the child to do. That is not pecs.
This is created for non-verbal children with Autism or other learning disabilities.
*This is my first app ever created. I decided to make this because I was tired of having to pay so much money for applications and device's that are for autism. I do not understand why these companies think that when you have an autistic child that you have the finances for something like this!
That device is $230.00 USD! I have always wanted something like that for my son who is on the spectrum and non-verbal. After seeing that price and realising that nothing is going to be done for this at a lower price I decided to make one myself. *
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Con Aruba PEC Client avrai a disposizione uno strumento semplice ed intuitivo per leggere ed inviare messaggi di Posta Elettronica Certificata direttamente dal tuo smartphone o tablet.
• Abbiamo semplificato la visualizzazione del contenuto della tua casella togliendo da “Posta in Arrivo” tutte le ricevute/avvisi e raggruppandoli sotto ciascun messaggio di “Posta Inviata”.
• Il contenuto del messaggio originale viene mostrato direttamente, senza necessità di estrarlo dalla Busta di Trasporto.
• Ad ogni messaggio è associata un’etichetta che ne identifica immediatamente la tipologia: “PEC”, “Anomalia”, ecc...
• Visualizzi le Ricevute solo se necessario. Per ogni messaggio inviato, viene mostrato l'esito della spedizione in modo da capire con un colpo d'occhio se tutti i tuoi messaggi sono stati recapitati con successo.
• Passare da Posta in Arrivo e Posta Inviata è immediato, basta un tocco.
• Puoi fare una ricerca completa tra tutti i tuoi messaggi conservati.
It is recommended to professionals, friends and relatives of people with autism, dysphasia, TEA, Down´s Syndrome, and in general, children just strengthen oral communication.
The LITE version includes only a small representation of their utterances images food, animals, bathroom, kitchen, bedroom, descriptive, clothing, living and transportation. The full version includes more than 600 pictures.
Without advertising. Once downloaded no required internet connection.
LetMeTalk enables you to line up images in a meaningful way to read this row of images as a sentence. To line up images is known as AAC (Augmentative and Alternative Communication).
The image database of LetMeTalk contains more than 9,000 easy to understand images from ARASAAC (http://arasaac.org). Additionally, you can add existing images from the device or take new photos with the build in camera.
To use LetMeTalk, no internet connection or mobile contract is necessary. Therefore you can use LetMeTalk in almost any situation, like hospitals, nursing home or schools.
At the first start of LetMeTalk, the app will download a data package with all images (about 70MB).
You can find LetMeTalk tutorials at http://letmetalk.info/support
• autism symptoms and Asperger syndrome, autistic spectrum disorder (ASD)
• speech apraxia
• articulation/phonological disorder
• Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
• Motor Neuron Disease (MND)
• cerebral palsy
• down syndrome
✔ more than 9,000 images from ARASAAC included
✔ voice support for images and sentences
✔ unlimited creation of new categories and adding new images
✔ pre configured for kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
✔ load / save your current profile (vocabulary)
✔ keep several profiles on your devices and switch fast between them
✔ share your profile easily with other devices
✔ load new profiles from our forum directly within LetMeTalk
✔ switch fast between 2 languages and use LetMeTalk as translator
✔ supported languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian and German, Chinese, Portuguese, Brazilian Portuguese, Arabic, Russian, Polish, Bulgarian, Romanian, Galician, Catalan, Basque
✔ voice, if used language is supported by installed text to speech engine
TapToTalk turns an Android Phone or Tablet into an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device. TapToTalk makes communication fun, like another “game” on this cool device. Just tap a picture and TapToTalk speaks. Each picture can lead to another screen of pictures.
This free TapToTalk™ app allow users to choose among different sets of AAC albums based on the needs of the non-verbal child or adult. Samples albums are available for children and adults and in different languages; including English, Spanish, French, German and Italian.
TapToTalk is a must have app for special needs children with autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, apraxia and other speech delays.
TapToTalk has earned the Parent Tested, Parent Approved Seal of Approval.
Parents of special needs children and adults.. join the AAC revolution with TapToTalk!
If you want to create albums that are individualized to meet the specific needs of your child, you can buy TapToTalk Designer at http://www.taptotalk.com. You can use your own pictures and change the voices. THE FREE APP IS PROVIDED TO ALLOW YOU TO SEE IF IT IS APPROPRIATE FOR THE ADULT OR CHILD BEFORE YOU BUY OR TRY DESIGNER. TapToTalk Designer comes with a 30-day "No Questions Asked" return policy.
iPECS Communicator can be used by connecting to the system such as iPECS-CM, iPECS-LIK and iPECS-MG.
Please visit ipecs.com for more information.
Bug fixed and add features.
1. DND display of register / unregister
2. Lock setup Activity.
3. Add icon of call reject.
4. App. icon change.
5. LTE Only Call.
6. Handover Call.
7. Create shortcut for contact.
8. Wi-Fi White list.
9. User Account Encryption.
Tico4Android is a version of the Tico Interpreter for Android devices. The projects must be developed with the Tico Editor (from version e1.5 or AraSuite) running on a computer. The PC tool is available on the project TICO website.
Once you have saved the project, you can send it to the Android device (phone, tablet, etc.) to interpret it with Tico4Android. The Android generated projects have the tcoa extension. To transfer a project to the Android device you can use any computer-device connection as USB cable, Bluetooth, internet... When we start TICO4Android we have to choose and open a project to start the interpretation.
TICO4Android uses a set of pictograms free distributed by the Aragonese Portal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication, ARASAAC (http://www.arasaac.es/)
This application graphical easy to use UI.
This is trial verson with full capability. You can download this application and can check if you are comfortable with this application.
It has no language barrier. Right now it is available in English , Gujarati and Hindi with Male and female voice options.
There are eight buttons in the application. In "Setting" you can change all this options. Even you can record your own voice in "Admin Setting"
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