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Apps for AAC Series

Apps for AAC Series

Apps for AAC Series will feature the following videos. Introduction Part One – Symbol/Pictures Only Apps Part Two – Symbol and Text-to-Speech Apps Part 3 – Text Based Apps Introduction This is the introduction and outline to our series on Apps for AAC, brought to you by the three Speech Pathologists on our Consultancy Team. This 40 minute …

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Texthelp Read&Write Gold: Beyond the Basics

Texthelp Read&Write Gold: Beyond the Basics

Texthelp Read & Write Gold: Beyond the Basics is a four part series exploring in detail, the many features available in this comprehensive literacy support tool. It will cover the various features available in four parts: 1. Reading Tools 2. Writing Tools 3. Study Skills 4. Additional Features   Part 1 – Reading Tools This webinar will explore in …

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Autism and Assistive Technology – 3rd October 2012

Autism and Assistive Technology – 3rd October 2012

Please note the .KEY file is only compatible with Mac OS. 

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Autism and Assistive Technology – 2nd October 2012

Autism and Assistive Technology – 2nd October 2012

Please note the .KEY file is only compatible with Mac OS. 

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Alternative Access Options for the iPad

Alternative Access Options for the iPad

  For many reasons people may not be able to use the iPad gestures, physically access the small buttons or see and touch the screen. This video explores in built accessibility settings as well as apps that can provide people with different ways to access the iPad. Using a switch and setting up a switch interface will be …

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Successfully Using iPads to Support Literacy

Successfully Using iPads to Support Literacy

This is a preview of Successfully Using iPads to Support Literacy. The full videos will be coming soon – keep watching this space!

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Making Learning Accessible: Maximising the Use of the iPad to Support Diverse Learners

Making Learning Accessible: Maximising the Use of the iPad to Support Diverse Learners

To download the iBook you need to have the iBooks app installed on your iPad. iBooks is available for download via the Apps Store . N.B.  iBooks is only available on an iOS platform. We have created a PDF version of this book to be accessed on non-iOS devices and readers. Please note the PDF does not contain all …

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Successfully Using iPads to Create Visual Supports for ALL

Successfully Using iPads to Create Visual Supports for ALL

Successfully Using iPads to Create Visual Supports for ALL Presented by Katie Lyon Everyone can benefit from the use of visual supports. Visual Supports are things that we see that can enhance the communication process. These include timetables, activity schedules, shopping lists and timers, just to name a few. Visual supports are particularly useful for the children and …

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Clicker 6: An Introduction

Clicker 6: An Introduction

  This session will introduce you to the highly anticipated Clicker 6! Clicker is the award-winning literacy tool that enables students of all abilities to significantly develop their reading and writing skills. New features such as its enhanced picture library, word predictor and built-in painting tools will be demonstrated while showing you how easy it is to develop your …

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