- Hospital patients who can't speak can tap on an image of a part of the body then tap on the Pain Scale to let the staff know where the pain is and how much it hurts.

- Use it as a Daily Journal or Communications System where school staff can take pictures and add text and create a daily Conversation. When at home, the student and the parents tap on a picture for the messages to be presented.

- Create custom messages and conversations for family members.

- Useful for toddlers who have yet to find their own voices

- People of all ages with communication barriers due to illness, injury, autism, Alzheimer's, stroke or other challenges can express wants and needs

- Create visual schedules to remind users what is planned for the day

- Use as a memory prompt to review the names and faces of family members

- Use a phonebook for important numbers

- Students can create their own stories or school projects and present them using the app

- Create social scripts to reinforce appropriate behaviour

- Use as a platform for playing favourite songs

- Voice banking feature stores recordings of those who are at risk of losing their voices

- Use as a translation tool, presenting text in one language and outputting text and recorded voice in another language



Uses and

Applications of

Say Some More

AAC

Because it's programmable, the

possibilities

are unlimited!

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The iPad app that literally gives a voice to those who can't speak for themselves.

Created by Dale Hubert, M. Ed.

Say Some More AAC

The programmable platform for AAC applications (Augmentative and Alternative Communication)
Children with special needs can communicate, learn from social scripts, build reading skills, listen to music, and much more...
Helpful for people with cognitive or organizational issues as it can be used as a visual schedule and memory prompt
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