AAC in the News

  • CBS News: Students with autism make music with iPads
    DECEMBER 17, 2017, 9:57 AM| For years Adam Goldberg, a classical pianist who teaches music at a school in Queens, New York, struggled to break through to his students who have serious learning disabilities, such as autism, until he started using instruments virtually anyone can play: an iPad. The P177Q iPad Band is more than just a musical collective; the experience has helped students speak and communicate who never had before. Tracy Smith reports. Video can be s… Read more ›
  • Purdue communication, education startup joins Project Literacy Lab to advance literacy skills for children across the globe
    Purdue communication, education startup joins Project Literacy Lab to advance literacy skills for children across the globe December 21, 2017 Purdue communication, education startup joins Project Literacy Lab to advance literacy skills for children across the globe WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – SPEAK MODalities, a Purdue startup helping children diagnosed with minimally verbal autism advance their communication and reading skills, has joined Project Literacy Lab, an international entre… Read more ›
  • SPEAK MODalities wins ECN Impact Award for Best Product Design
    November 7, 2017 SPEAK MODalities honored for best product design for scientifically validated tools to treat speech and language disorders in autism link to story   Purdue speech-language pathology student Madison Logan (left) assists Victoria Casas and her mother, Elba Casas, with a language learning activity through the SPEAK MODalities app, SPEAKall!®. (Purdue Research Foundation photo/Oren Darling) Download image WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – SPEAK MODalities LLC, a company th… Read more ›
  • SPEAKall! and SPEAKmore! featured in the chapter “AAC in autism: Challenges and practices” from the ISAAC Brazil 2017 Conference
      SPEAKall! and SPEAKmore! featured in the chapter “AAC in autism: Challenges and practices” from the ISAAC Brazil 2017 Conference. To read the chapter, find it here: Wendt, 2017 AAC in Autism… Read more ›
  • VISUAL SUPPORTS HELP KIDS COMMUNICATE AND LEARN; Autism Society of Indiana
    Visual Supports Help Kids Communicate and Learn Individuals on the spectrum frequently have pragmatic speech delays, which result in a variety of speech patterns, from speaking slowly to flattened intonation to talking at a lower or louder volume than expected, as well as other unusual patterns. Many, if not most, people with autism think in pictures. They have a hard time finding words to express their thoughts, so they’ll internally visualize pictures as substitutes for the wor… Read more ›

 

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"SPEAKall!" is working incredibly with our children

We are using Speakall with children in a clinical setting and school setting, and it is working i...

Lloyd J Boudloche M.A., LBA, LPC-S, NCC
Behavioral Developmental Services, LLC

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