Assistive technology gives children with disabilities access to the tools that their peers have been able to take advantage of due to the constant innovations in technology. It can be as simple as writing down the answer to a math...
Posts tagged "Augmentative and Alternative Communication"
Tecla enables users with limited upper body mobility to launch and play their favourite apps on smart devices. We’ve compiled a list of our favourite accessibility applications that make it easier to communicate with the world around you! 1....
This holiday season, we invite you to join Tecla and Ontario March of Dimes Canada in sharing the gift of accessibility. For every $175 USD we raise, we will match you, dollar for dollar, and donate a Tecla to someone who hasn't yet benefitted from accessing mobile technology.
Preparing for a successful school year with students who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
Patty Heine has a son who uses AAC and she has been learning how to best prepare for a successful school year. In this guest blog, originally published on assistiveware.com, Patty shares several tips that other parents will find helpful.
This past summer we ramped up our preparations for Stephen to start the 2nd grade. We’ve been spending some time this summer reviewing math lessons and spelling words from 1st grade, preparing for more strenuous curriculum in 2nd.