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According to Apple, the new iOS 6 features includes totally new Apple-designed Maps, new Siri features, and over 200+ new features has been included in it.
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Our experts share their top strategies for helping nonverbal children with autism develop language skills at any age.
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The iPad can be a highly effective tool for students with learning disabilities, and more and more apps are targeting areas of need for students in elementary school, high school, and college/unive...
This post shares 8 assistive technology tools for disabled and ECE students in the classroom. (RT @Bookshare: http://t.co/ItZKTLO3uS Informative article by TeachThought!
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TechMatrix allows you to search a database of over 300 products to find specific assistive and educational technologies.
An all-deaf team at Gallaudet University has created a sign-language storybook app for the iPad, to improve language acquisition for hearing-impaired kids.
In December I wrote a post, "Self -Accomodation Should be a Standard of Daily Life". In it we looked at the ways we accommodate the tasks we do day to day.
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MIUSA's Building an Inclusive Development Community (BIDC), sponsored by USAID, was a ten year project working in six different developing countries around t...
Teachers With Apps brings you 33 super speech and language iPad apps for home, classroom, or the therapist's office.
“One of my main concerns was that I was going to pass out,” Stacy Zoern says jokingly. She and I are at a coffee shop in downtown Austin, and Zoern ...
We've seen Emotiv's Epoc headset control cars and trapeze acts, but now a small posse of students at Columbia University is teaching it how to control a
JABtalk is a FREE Android speech communication application designed to help non-verbal children and adults communicate. Speech therapists commonly refer to JABtalk as an easy and effective augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) solution.
Friendship Circle provides a complete listing of Special Needs Apps.
The iPad can be an effective tool to help many kids with special needs.
There have been lots of updates and new releases happening for many of the Crick Software solutions – I thought I had better bring you up to speed with some of the new improvements.
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The Apple tablet is helping people with disabilities by reading e-mails, voicing directions, and zooming in on text
While I am not one of those folks who has a phone glued to her ear, I sure wouldn’t want to live without the ability to make a phone call. Here are some sites with information of interest to people...