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Resource Bank on AT and Apps

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Mobile Apps

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Speech Blubs: Language Therapy

Speech Blubs is a voice-controlled speech therapy app designed to help your child learn new sounds and words, and to practice speaking in a stimulating, educational environment.The app can be download from App Store for free.

Assistive Express

Assistive Apps presents Assistive Express, an affordable Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) Device, catered to people with difficulty in speech. The app can be download from App Store.

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Speakprose is the most intuitive, fastest to learn, and easiest to edit communication app for individuals with basic literacy skills who struggle to communicate.The app can be download from App Store for free.

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Keeble is an iOS keyboard that allows users with fine motor-challenges, switch users and users with vision impairments to type in almost any app. The app can be download from App Store for free.


Proloquo4Text™ is a text to speech app for those who cannot rely on their voice to speak. The app is laid out on a single screen to reduce the effort of typing. The app can be download from App Store  for free.

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Helping Hand

The new mobile app called “Helping Hand”, enables parents and carers of children who have been referred for assessment in Scotland to record relevant information – such as sleeping patterns and challenging behavior – about their child. The app is free to download, and available through the App Store and Google Play.