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    Created on Friday, 26 July 2013. Posted by 

    Just to let folks know that there has been a major new update to the AbleNet AAC App Sounding Board. It is a free App anyway and the update is free via the App Store. Sounding Board has always been an attractive option because (as well as being free) and offering all the 'standa...

    Created on Thursday, 30 May 2013. Posted by Joanna Courtney

    I was asked recently by a teacher in a primary school about whether a child using an iPad with Proloqu2Go for communication could use the text she created within the app for story writing and recording her written work. At the time, the only way to do this was by creating a page for 'st...

    Created on Wednesday, 22 May 2013. Posted by Paul Nisbet

    I had a call yesterday from a parent who was concerned about her 10 year old son who is dyslexic and dyspraxic. He has been receiving good support from the school staff, particularly with regard to his reading - his mum said that his reading age had been 1.5 years behind but that followed intensiv...

    Created on Thursday, 04 April 2013. Posted by Joanna Courtney

    Does your child like music? Do they love wading through your iPad music library to find their favourite tunes, perhaps deleting your favourites on the way?! Help is at hand, from a cool little app called Kidzik and it only costs £1.49! The app allows you to creat...

    Created on Tuesday, 26 March 2013. Posted by Robert Stewart

    I've put together a video and uploaded it to YouTube which shows how to mount an iPad to a wheelchair using components supplied by an American company called RAM Mount (which are available to purchase here in the UK). There are also captions available on this video....

    Created on Friday, 22 March 2013. Posted by Paul Nisbet

    Recently I met a learner in first year in secondary school with a physical disability . She doesn't have the strength to hold books and turn pages, and she gets very tired handwriting. After due assessment and consideration of various devices we all concluded that an iPad was most suitable device...

    Created on Monday, 25 February 2013. Posted by 

    Smiling mind (iPhone)  -  free App designed to support mental health and well-being. Or use web based version Designed by psychologists for relaxation and 'mindfulness'. Aim is to "help you feel more clear, calm and content". You get a trial session then need to log in with an email ad...

    Created on Tuesday, 29 January 2013. Posted by Robert Stewart

    An opportunity for senior educational leaders to consider the requirements of preparing and developing teachers for the challenges and opportunities presented by the post PC classroom. The increasing presence of mobile technologies such as the iPad in our schools requires a new strategy in teache...

    Created on Monday, 28 January 2013. Posted by 

    Another list of 'best Apps - this time from a US parents website, targeting Apps for language and literacy....