With the easy to use web management, parents and teachers can collaborate and work on Speech Sets from any Internet Browser on your computer or mobile device.
speech sets with others.
Not only does the AACSpeechBuddy give you the ability to share your created, customized, personalized speech sets with others, it also gives you the ability to load the speech set that specifically pertains to a certain individual or situation - by simply selecting a speech set or entering a profile id which changes the entire content loaded onto your APP in one easy action!
A Speech Set consists of selected images with corresponding words/sentences. Essentially custom digital Communication icons with text and audible speech.
Teachers & Parents can create and group Speech Sets into profiles
Loading speech sets and sharing by simply entering a profile ID.
The profile feature of the AACSpeechBuddy APP allows speech sets to be grouped together which then can load on ANY AACSpeechBuddy Application - by simply entering the profile #ID in the AACSpeechBuddy App
Once the Speech Sets are loaded they DO NOT require a network connection to run - the App and Desktop Application only requires a live internet connection when loading new or updated speech sets.
Now including over 2000+ images from the Mulberry Symbols collection by Paxtoncrafts Charitable Trust.
These images are internationally recognized standardized communication images, and are now available FREE for use in your own custom speech sets.
The interface of AACSpeechBuddy itself is nicely organized,
intuitive, and user-friendly
It doesn't take long to get accustomed to it. Another thing this app offers that it's AAC counterparts neglect is the option, with the touch of finger, to flip the screen over to reveal a large, easy-to-read, text of whatever the user has chosen to say with their speech set. In other words, if your autistic non-verbal teenager is in a busy deli trying to use his iPhone to communicate, but the environment is too noisy to hear anything, he can simply SHOW the screen and have you read it.
~ Excerpt from app review at AutismEpicenter.com