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Created on Friday, 11 October 2019. Posted by Paul Nisbet

The partnership between CALL and CereProc to develop and licence Scottish Computer voices was recognised on Wednesday night when we won the Design for Diversity category at the 2019  Herald & GenAnalytics Diversity Awards. Paul and Shirley donned their glad rags and received the prize at th...

Created on Friday, 20 September 2019. Posted by Allan Wilson

We have been asked by Lee Gordon, a research student from Dundee University, to distribute information about a survey looking into the relationship between communication impairment, mental health and group identity. People with a disability needed for participation in an academic survey You are invi...

Created on Friday, 20 September 2019. Posted by Allan Wilson

Mark Jayes from Manchester Metropolitan University has asked us to make information available on a workshop being organised in Manchester by the I-ASC Project. I-ASC have been developing an evidence-based resource to support decision making for families and professionals involved in AAC assessment. ...

Created on Monday, 02 September 2019. Posted by Claire Harrison

Widgit resources are now available to download from Symbols for All! If your school or setting use Widgit symbols you can now search and download printable PDFs created with the Widgit Symbol set. This new set of printable resources has been created with older learners in mind, with the addition of ...

Created on Thursday, 29 August 2019. Posted by Shirley Lawson

Are you looking for Professional Learning opportunity to learn more about how to use technology to support communication? We have 2 online learning opportunities coming up, both focussing on Alternative Augmentative Communication apps on the iPad.  These courses will be delivered by CALL Scotla...

Created on Monday, 26 August 2019. Posted by Paul Nisbet

A few weeks ago on August 5th we launched the new Scottish Child Voices for communication aids. The response has been really positive and it's started me thinking that the range of voices available for people that use communication aids is pretty limited, and what we might do to improve matters....

Created on Wednesday, 21 August 2019. Posted by Shirley Lawson

A recent article in the Scotsman newspaper told the story of 16 year old Callum Glasgow, a dyslexic pupil at Royal High, achieving five grade As in his Higher exams. How did he manage to do all his school work, revision and interim assessments while experiencing reading and writing difficulties? Pau...

Created on Monday, 05 August 2019. Posted by Paul Nisbet

From today you can get high quality child and teenage digital voices for use in communication aids and for reading digital information. Download the voices and find out more from our new Scottish Voice website. For communication The new voices have been created by CereProc (makers of Stuart, Heather...

Created on Monday, 15 July 2019. Posted by Claire Harrison

We have created a new set of Symbols for All resources  for learners who use Grid 3 software. If you are working with learners who use Grid 3 software, we have created 12 communication grid sets designed for eye gaze access. These 12 communication grid sets are based on some of our Symbols for ...