Tap To Talk A Kid-Friendly and Affordable AAC Device for Autism

Tap To Talk A Kid-Friendly & Affordable AAC Device

Tammy Lessick has been writing about Tap To Talk since it first came out. She was kind enough to invite the Tap To Talk team to do this guest post.

One of the key features of TapToTalk is that you have a choice of kid-friendly, socially acceptable, low cost devices for assistive communication. With your subscription, you can use Tap To Talk on the web, any of the Nintendo DS models, the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. You can run your Tap To Talk on any of them. In fact, you can run your TapToTalk on as many of these devices as you wish. You can move it from one device to another, or run it on several at the same time. And there is no extra cost. You only pay for a subscription to TapToTalk Designer. The apps that run on the devices are free. And even if you are not a subscriber, you can download the iPhone/iPad App for free at the App Store.

Tap To Talk Parent Reviews

We also want to share with you some of what we’re hearing about how Tap To Talk is helping non-verbal kids communicate:

This is a dream come true! I am a mother of a 9-year-old boy who has ASD. He has some speech but is not that great communicating. This is going to help him so much and it won’t even point him out as different because it’s a game machine that every child has. Thanks so much from the bottom of my heart for finally making my child feel average! Nicole Lynn MacNeil, Parent

(My son) was able to say Merry Christmas to everyone this year for the first time, thanks to TapToTalk. It really made it a special Christmas. A North Carolina Parent

My son is starting to get the hang of TapToTalk and we are having a blast building his albums! Thank you so much. I am going to shout the praises of your product and technical support from the rooftops and to anyone who will listen to me. A great inexpensive, fun, socially acceptable, voice output device. It is great and we love the DSi XL to run it on. Big screen easy for him to tap on given some very significant fine motor issues. Erica Weber, Parent

For more experiences from parents, SLPs and special ed teachers, check out News & Reviews on taptotalk.com. We also invite you to join us on our Facebook Page and check out the TapToTalk website for more information.

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