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. . . . → Read More: Tap To Talk A Kid-Friendly & Affordable AAC Device
This is my final post for my Tap To Talk review. I wanted to cover a few tips about using it and what kind of albums to design. If you missed the other two posts, you should go back and read them first. The first one Tap To Talk Communication for Autistic Children . . . → Read More: Tips for Using Tap To Talk
If you didn’t read yesterday’s post about Tap To Talk, click here to go and read it. Then come back and read this post. Yesterday I wrote about the TapToTalk StarterKit and the design process of for setting up your albums. Today, I want to share how using the TapToTalk has affected our . . . → Read More: Tap To Talk and Our Reactions
Remember the post I did about Tap To Talk? Well, they sent me a free Starter Kit and set me up with a free three month subscription to their website. I was really excited to have the opportunity to review this product. This review came at just the right time.
I have been . . . → Read More: Tap To Talk Communication for Autistic Children
I’ve been waiting for the chance to share this with you. Communication devices can be so expensive. They can also draw unwanted attention to our child. Ever wonder why they can’t make a device that is reasonably priced and your child would be happy to carry around? Tap to Talk has now come out . . . → Read More: Tap To Talk Communication for Children