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Here's a collection of free materials we've found or created to help kids with speech disorders communicate at home and in the community. When you're ready to make your own materials, be sure sign up to receive our special offers and announcements via email and our Facebook page. Featured Free Resource of the Month: Free Autism Care Plan developed by the Lurie Center at the Mass. General Hospital for Children to share with your child's healthcare providers. Selected Searches on Communication Aids from One Place for Special Needs :
Speech recognition software can be very pricey, but adding a speech recognition option to your computer doesn't have to be expensive. If you use Google's Chrome web browser one of the apps you can add it to is a Speech Recognizer . The Speech Recognizer available through the Chrome Web Store is free and easy to use. To use the Chrome Speech Recognizer just install it from the Chrome Web Store, launch it, then click the microphone to start taking and recording your voice. The Speech Recognizer will type out your text when you finish recording.
Earlier this week I shared Announcify with you. Announcify is a free text to speech service. Today, I discovered another good, free text to speech tool for the Chrome web browser. Select and Speak is a simple text to speech browser extension. Select and Speak installs with just one click and does not require a browser re-start.
Get ready to teach: Responsibility, Independence, Organization, Following a schedule Elementary skills in the home, Planning and More with these helpful visual schedule sets! The Schedule for Home contains high quality photo cards of self help skills and every day tasks. Activities are separated into two categories that take place at home.
Clinical Considerations in Feature Matching: When your thorough assessment of all options and strategies leads you to consider an iDevice platform: Many speech-language pathologists are now faced with iDevices suddenly showing up in the office of their assessment center or in their school with the question: “what apps do we use?” followed by “make this work”. Our Goal: