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Archive for January, 2017

TabAccess Wireless Bluetooth Switch Interface

TabAccess is a wireless Bluetooth interface for tablets that was designed for individuals with motor impairments. It provides an alternative interface for people who have difficulty with pinch and swipe gestures needed to operate touchscreen tablets. TabAccess enables people to operate their tablets through various types of switches, such as button switches, grasp switches, and […]

Posted in: Switches

FreeSpeech AAC App

FreeSpeech is an AAC app that was designed to help people of all learning levels and language abilities develop and learn grammatically correct sentences. It was created by a team of Speech Language Pathologists, educators, and researchers. Users can create sentences by dragging and rearranging picture tiles and the app will automatically figure out a […]

Posted in: Communication
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