Check out the article, iPad gives voice to kids with autism, on CNN today. iPads are far from the perfect augmentative communication device, but the longer they are around and the more experience developers have with creating targeted apps, the better they get. I have been extremely impressed with the improvements made in only 1 year to existing articulation and language apps. App developers definitely seem to be keeping an ear open to what their users are saying. I find them to be heeding the advice of their users, seeking input from professionals in the field and programming accordingly. That makes me excited for the future of the iPad as an irreplaceable speech/language therapy tool and potential speech output device!
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