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Lauren S. Enders on Social Media

http://www.ispeech.org Lauren S. Enders, MA, CCC-SLP is a speech-language pathologist currently serving as a full-time Augmentative Communication Consultant and Assistive Technology Consultant for the Bucks County Intermediate Unit in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Lauren has had a career-long passion for using … Continue reading

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How To Hide Apps On iPhone – iPad Up To iOS 9.2

http://www.ispeech.org  When working with consumers and clients that have cognitive disabilities as well as children, it may be important to hide apps to make the display less clutter and visually distracting. Just remember, the hidden apps remain accessible from Spotlight … Continue reading

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Maximizing iPad Accessibility for Students Who Are Blind or Visually Impaired: Teaching the Teachers | Perkins eLearning

http://www.ispeech.org Presented by Ed Summers and Diane BraunerIn this webcast, Ed Summers and Diane Brauner discuss the work they have been doing with teachers regarding iPad accessibility. Ed and Diane have worked with teachers across the country on strategies for … Continue reading

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Alex in iOS 8

http://www.ispeech.org This video shows how to enable the Alex voice in iOS 8, as well as how to use the new Braille screen input mode found in the Rotor to search for apps and ent… Source: Alex and Braille Screen … Continue reading

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Co:Writer Universal | Word Prediction Software

http://www.ispeech.org CoWriter Word Prediction software had become a universal product that is compatible with devices like the iPad and Chromebook! Writing comes from the human desire to communicate—to take an idea and express it in words. But for some students, … Continue reading

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iSpeak Grid on the App Store on iTunes

http://www.ispeech.orgThis app replicates the recordable talking devices you have used in your classroom for years, with the confidence of being right on your iPad (or iPod/iPhone). It is a flexible grid that can consist of one large button, four buttons, … Continue reading

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Rotating Wall Mount iPAD STAND Handmade with by ChunkOWooD

http://www.ispeech.org This iPad Stand can swivel between Portrait and Landscape. This stand sits 5 inches from the wall and includes a mounting bracket that dovetails into the Back of the stand. Screws for Drywall installation, as well as Drilling into wooden … Continue reading

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ReSound LiNX : Hearing Aid that connects to your iPhone

Convert Text to SpeechSReSound LiNX™ is advertised as  the world’s smartest hearing aid. It can connect to the iPhone®, iPad®, and iPod touch® and enjoy high quality sound through hearing aids that are also wireless stereo headphones without a loop.   Via ReSound LiNX … Continue reading

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TalkRocket Go | MyVoice

http://www.ispeech.org TalkRocket Go is the family-friendly communication aid that helps people with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Stroke, Traumatic Brain Injury, Parkinson’s (and many others) speak out loud. via TalkRocket Go | MyVoice.

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ChatAble on the App Store on iTunes

Text to Speech Voices   The app enables the technologist , therapist, user or family member to design a grid, visual scene or both. Both symbols and photos can be utilized in constructing this communication system. via ChatAble on the … Continue reading

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