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Augmentative and Alternative Communication iPad Apps for Special Needs

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The iPad has opened up a whole new world for students with significant disabilities - allowing many of them to communicate and interact like never before. As a result, Augmentative and Alternative Communication Apps (AAC) apps have proliferated in the marketplace, but the challenge becomes finding the ones right for you and your students. In this webinar, join Hillary Goldthwait-Fowles as she talks about the various AAC apps and discusses considerations when selecting AAC apps for students with disabilities.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Tuesday, February 4, 2020 @ 3:00 PM EST
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Mobile Learning Intermediate , Response to Intervention (RTI), Special Education
Tags: AAC apps, iPads, special ed, special education, special needs, students with disabilities

Reviews (55)

Full Member
Very informative. Thanks for the links!
Great info!
Very informative! I had not heard of Touch Chat before.
Full Member
GREAT INFO!!! Thanks
nice job, thanks
love the different apps
Full Member
Excellent specific student/class communication times of when and which types of students would benefit from the IPad apps reviewed in the presentation.
Full Member
Fantastic ideas! Thank you for sharing:)
Full Member
I dont often work with children with disabilities, but when I sub for a class like this, these ideas will definitely help me out. Thanks for your time and sharing of ideas.
Full Member
The information was good. I liked that a variety of apps were shown. I was hoping that eye-gaze for i-pad would have been addressed, but that is something I can continue to look into.
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