via Autism Parenting Magazine March 07, 2014 at 05:35AM
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I am very excited about our newest app called Quick Type AAC (sibling of our Quick Talk AAC).
Quick Type AAC is only 1.99 and allows anyone with speech challenges to type quickly with word prediction…but there is more. They can also share their thoughts or entire conversation via email, Facebook, or Twitter.
For the unfamiliar this is a big deal for these apps.
Here is a link in case you want to share this with anyone you know who has difficulty communicating. My hope…our hope is to make these tools which are typically hundreds if not thousands of dollars affordable for anyone.
Tim Villegas has created an incredible network of relationships for advancing the cause of Inclusion.
You can read more about Tim on his site, where the Podcast interview he inspired me to do resides.
My microphone was not the greatest, but Tim does an extraordinary job getting me to talk about the journey of creating inclusive sports programs and schools…the journey which has been my life.
Thanks to Tim, and I hope you find even a few minutes to give it a listen.
Absolutely worth the read
Every kid with a learning disability…even adults should see this Malcolm Gladwell interview!
Editor’s Note: Helen Mowers, co-creator of the Tech Chicks podcast, contributed to this post. It’s hard to imagine a single career that doesn’t have a need for someone who can code. Everything that
Tremendous list of apps..