This company has several tools that can support individuals who struggle with accessing text. Check out their website.
Here are some amazing resources in honor of AAC Awareness Month!
Check out this amazing UDL Resource.
This wearable assistive technology device for the blind and visually impaired reads text, recognizes faces, identifies products and more. Information about models, features, and more can be found at their website.
Ghotit is a new product designed to help individuals with dyslexia and dysgraphia. This software/mobile app is available on multiple platforms and provides “solutions help struggling writers and readers to improve their reading and writing skills”. Try it for free at their website!
Low tech can benefit many individuals using AAC, either as their primary method of communication or as a “back up” system. There are different symbol libraries available, depending on the device you use and the needs of your students. Check out how to make low tech AAC communication boards here.
These amazing kits bring your iPad or iPhone to life (and are also now compatible with the Kindle Fire!)! Use different kits to teach numbers, letters, spelling, visual spatial awareness and more!
Visit the Osmo website for more information!
This will be a weekly post that features a new technology gadget, strategy, article, or anything else AT!
This week’s gadget: Echo Buttons!
These buttons from Amazon pair with an Alexa device (Echo Dot, Echo Show, Echo Plus, or Echo Spot) to access fun games that work on skills such as letter and color identification, critical thinking skills, mental shifting, and others. They are accessible to all students who can push a button! There are several games already available, and more to come!