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iPads as Augmentative and Alternative Communication devices

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The majority of students at Nether Hall School have difficulties with speech and language, many requiring Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) devices: systems which support individuals with speech impairments to communicate. The iPad project aimed to evaluate the use of iPads as a replacement for traditional AAC devices; using The Grid2 computer access software - thereby enabling greater access for their students.

More information about the project can be accessed at:
https://lccdigilit.our.dmu.ac.uk/2014/08/05/investigating-the-use-of-ipads-as-augmentative-and-alternative-communication-devices-aacs-an-innovation-project/

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iPads as Augmentative and Alternative Communication devices

  1. 1. iPads as AAC Devices Helen Robinson Heather Woods Nether Hall School

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