INKY ED OUTSOURCED? well, just for today…
- Because I haven’t yet managed to get my hands on the “APPlicator” yet (but plan to).
- Because Jane’s Blog is one you should be visiting regularly in any case.
- Because Jane has provided a great review of the Pretorian APPlicator.
- And, because Jane & Alex have compiled THE comprehensive list of switch accessible apps.
Here’s two links you shouldn’t miss.
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CLICK or PRESS EITHER SWITCH TO OPEN
Another AAC app made its way into the iTunes store late December last year for iPods and iPads.
The TouchChat suite looks like it has lots to offer with the ‘hook’ most likely to be the opportunity to add Word Power. WordPower for TouchChat is a special version of this popular word-based vocabulary, designed specifically for the small iPod screen. It is a word-based page set developed by Nancy L. Inman, M.A.T., CCC-SLP that is used to create sentences “on the fly.”
At this stage TouchChat isn’t switch accessible.
I look forward to seeing some reviews from users on this one as I know WordPower has a good reputation out there when used on other ‘high end’ devices.
but, Ricky at ATMac did such a great job I think you should just head over there and read it.
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ATMac is my “go-to” place for all things Apple, Mac (the computer not the child) and Assistive Technology for Mac (the child not the computer)… confused?