Say Some More AAC and Social Scripts

Many students with special needs benefit from social scripts, where messages are presented in a friendly context to advise how to behave in specific situations. Rather than saying, "Don't do that!" social scripts provide alternatives for how to behave and suggest strateges and routines to benefit everyone involved.
The example above deals with the sensitive topic of giving hugs and physical contact. Some students tend to be overly demonstrative with their affection, and this can lead to awkward situations with friends and potentially dangerous situations with strangers.
Quick View is turned off, so the content is presented in a sequential storyboard.
Other social script samples included with Say Some More include hand washing and healthy eating. These samples do not include recorded voice, as it will be more effective when you and the child add your own voices.

Say Some More is also a music player!

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Use Say Some More to teach reading and review skills!

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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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