TouchChat is a full-feature application for the iPod and iPad. It turns your Apple product into an augmentative communication tool, a device that uses visual images to represent words so people who can’t speak have a way to communicate. Augmentative Communication devices use simple pictures to illustrate words or phrases the user would like to […]
The iPad has revolutionized the augmentative communication world and the way Speech Language Pathologists deliver articulation and language therapy to students. Despite easy access, speech pathologists need to know the range of applications, how to judge and apply the available technologies, and how to integrate the application into the world of learning. The Indiana Resource Center for Autism, […]
Many applications are available from Apple for the iPhone and serve as assisistive technology. These apps are opening a new world for people who are blind or have vision impairments because it allows them to virtually see. In previous blog posts, INDATA featured Looktel Money Reader and VizWiz in our weekly Tech Tip videos. Below, […]
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Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadLinks: OSX Lion Accessibiility: http://bit.ly/nZXiv0 Jay-bee: http://bit.ly/oqSieM Sign4Me: http://bit.ly/eD0oYp Facial expression recognition: http://bit.ly/mZUZWE iBlink: http://bit.ly/n02Otr In-depth interview with: John Williams’ ATECHNEWS.com site: http://bit.ly/nBZhGR In the upcoming weeks we will be adding Question and Answer sessions and interviews to our podcast. If you have an AT question, leave us a […]
Information from the INDATA Project is now available via podcast! Every Friday, the INDATA Project will release two podcasts featuring new assistive technology projects. The podcasts are available for viewing on the INDATA Project website and on iTunes. The “Assistive Technology Update” is a fast-paced weekly update for AT professionals and enthusiasts. The “Accessibility Minute” […]