Top 10 iOS Symbol-Based AAC App Feature Matching Chart – compiled by Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, OMazing Kids AAC Consulting

Top 10 iOS Symbol-Based AAC App Feature Matching Chart

This chart includes an in-depth comparison of features & supports across ten iOS symbol-based AAC apps:

  • Avaz AAC – Lifetime Edition
  • Clicker Communicator: AAC
  • CoughDrop
  • GoTalk Now / GoTalk Now Plus
  • Grid for iPad VPP
  • LAMP Words for Life
  • Proloquo2Go
  • Snap Core First
  • Speak for Yourself
  • TouchChat HD with WordPower

See an overview in this video where I’m viewing the PDF on my iPad in the Books app & the free Xodo PDF viewer app. You’ll get a feel for how much info will be at your fingertips in this chart. There are over 100 rows in the Numbers spreadsheet that was used to create the PDF. But it’s super easy to use the “search” option to find what you want quickly.

Video:

https://ko-fi.com/post/Top-10-iOS-Symbol-Based-AAC-App-Feature-Matching-C-G2G33OX9Y

The interactive PDF chart is only accessible to recurring monthly subscribers on my Ko-fi page (requires a small ongoing monthly subscription of $4 per month).

In order to keep this project sustainable it is important that each person using the chart have a paid recurring subscription to my Ko-fi page.

I purposefully set the price low enough that anyone can afford it. I was going to upload the PDF as a password encrypted document but that made it too complicated to open in some PDF viewers. So I’m trusting that we can all use the honor system.

Please read this blog post for important info about how to set up a recurring monthly subscription: https://omazingkidsllc.com/2021/02/12/more-clarification-about-my-omazing-kids-aac-ko-fi-subscription-page/

My Ko-fi page will be full of lots of subscriber-only resources. My plan is to keep everything simple and short. With videos comparing features across apps and AAC tips (< 3-4 min) & handouts (1-2 pages).

This concept was inspired by how I passed along nuggets of AAC knowledge to one of the SLP CFs during my final year at the facility where I worked before retiring from clinical practice. Just a little at a time in between seeing patients and other stuff. She gave feedback about how helpful that was. I’m hoping it will make robust AAC less overwhelming to more SLPs.

Subscribers will also be able to reach me via private messaging on my Ko-fi page.

  • This app comparison chart is intended to be a tool to help SLPs and others make informed decisions when choosing iOS symbol-based AAC apps for consideration during the process of an AAC eval, feature matching and trial of options.

 

  • There are many reasons why one would consider a traditional SGD vs. an iPad or any other tablet with an app: durability, warranty, tech support, built-in switch ports for scanning, eye gaze access, etc… But there are many folks who may not have a funding source for a traditional SGD. And there are things about having AAC on an iPad or iPhone that make it a great option for particular users.

 

  • It is important to try out any app with the potential user before making a purchasing recommendation or decision. This is also important when using any extra hardware (keyguards, switches, switch interfaces, carrying straps, stands, mounts, etc…) to support AAC use.

 

  • The information in this chart was compiled based on my extensive use of each app, in-depth trials of each app using the most current version on devices running the most current iOS, reading through app user guides, watching recent recorded webinars, consulting with app developers and providing them with the opportunity to review the content before this tool was published.

 

  • This is an unbiased view at the features across apps. I do not have a financial affiliation with any company.

 

  • Inclusion in the “Top 10” was based on features, long term availability in the App Store, good history of being updated, having patients who benefited from using the app, gathering data from app recommendations from SLPs who have expertise in AAC, etc.

 

  • The list was purposefully limited to the top 10 in order to keep it manageable for updates as apps continue to add features in the future.

 

  • I plan on maintaining and updating this chart for the foreseeable future to help meet the need for current and comprehensive info to be used in feature matching.

 

  • Inclusion of particular apps is subject to change based on features and an ongoing track record of support and updates.

 

  • The purpose of this chart isn’t to name a “best” app since the “best” AAC for that individual is the combination of options (variety of apps, SGDs, no-tech, etc.) that meets their needs at that moment in time.

 

  • This chart is not intended to imply that any app not on this list is not well designed or serve a very important function. I have other posts highlighting those “specialty” apps. Think of apps in this chart as main tools in an AAC toolbox. Like the difference between a hammer and an Alan Wrench. It’s important to consider what “tools” are needed for specific situations.

 

  • I would not expect any app to have every feature in this chart nor would every feature be applicable to every potential AAC user.

 

  • The PDF is intended to interactive so you can zoom in to see content and tap on links. It contains lots of links and those may not work if trying to use it in Safari or another browser. It’s best viewed in the Books app on an iPad or a PDF viewer. One good free option is PDF Reader & Annotator app by Xodo Technologies Inc. that can be used on any platform (https://www.xodo.com/). If viewing in Xodo on a laptop, it may work best in older viewer: https://www.xodo.com/app-old/#/pdf.

 

  • The PDF is NOT formatted to be printed. If a subscriber needs access to a printable version they can contact me via private message. I can generate an alternative multi-page PDF.

  • You may not copy any part of this document (including the content, layout, format, ideas or design) and reproduce it or distribute it as your own work. Please do not copy/paste this info onto other blogs or save this PDF in any online groups or files.

 

  • Please do not share the direct link to this PDF. In order to keep this project sustainable it is important that each person using the chart have a paid recurring subscription to my Ko-fi page. Plus the link change I do updates, delete the old file and upload a new one. I will announce when updates have been made and will date each version. It’s important to only use the most current version of this chart.

 

  • I assume no liability for app purchases and am not making patient-specific recommendations.

This document was the sole idea and creation of Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, OMazing Kids AAC Consulting, OMazing Kids, LLC, all rights reserved. © 2021 and beyond.

The best way to reach me with any questions is via messaging on the OMazing Kids Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/. That way AAC related messages don’t get lost among the spam in my e-mail


Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, Founder of OMazing Kids, LLC OMazing Kids AAC Consulting

Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/omazingkidsaac

Personal Professional Facebook Page (linked to OMazing Kids): https://www.facebook.com/angela.moorad – adding “friends” who have a direct role in AAC or Assistive Technology – AAC / AT app or product developers, AAC / AT consultants, SLPs who specialize in AAC, other professionals who specialize in AAC or AT, etc.)

OMazing Kids AAC Consulting Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

AppPeeps Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OMazingKidsAppPeeps/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omazingkidsaac/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/amoorad

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/OMazingKids/

Linktree: https://linktr.ee/amoorad1

Blog: http://omazingkidsllc.com

How to Get Access to the Top 10 iOS Symbol-Based AAC Apps (2/16/21) – compiled by Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, OMazing Kids AAC Consulting (part of a larger feature matching chart)

How to Get Access to the Top 10 iOS Symbol-Based AAC Apps (2/16/21)

  • This chart contains information that was confirmed with each app developer to insure accuracy.
  • It is part of a much larger feature matching chart that will be accessible to recurring monthly subscribers on my Ko-fi page (requires a small monthly subscription of $4 per month to keep this project sustainable). See this Facebook post for more info: https://bit.ly/2ZnFTAV.

The feature matching chart is now available: https://ko-fi.com/post/Top-10-iOS-Symbol-Based-AAC-App-Feature-Matching-C-G2G33OX9Y

  • Inclusion in the “Top 10” was based on features, long term availability in the App Store, good history of being updated, having patients who benefited from using the app, gathering data from app recommendations from SLPs who have expertise in AAC, etc. The list was purposefully limited to the top 10 in order to keep it manageable for updates as apps continue to add features in the future. I plan on maintaining and updating the chart for the foreseeable future to help meet the need for current and comprehensive info to be used in feature matching. Inclusion of particular apps is subject to change based on features and an ongoing track record of support and updates. The purpose of this chart isn’t to name a “best” app since the “best” AAC for that individual is the combination of options (variety of apps, SGDs, no-tech, etc.) that meets their needs at that moment in time. This chart is not intended to imply that any app not on this list is not well designed or serve a very important function.

Get the free 1-page PDF: https://omazingkidsyoga.files.wordpress.com/2021/02/how-to-get-top-10-ios-symbol-based-aac-apps-21621-compiled-by-angela-moorad-ms-ccc-slp-omazing-kids-aac.pdf

The best way to reach me with any questions is via messaging on the OMazing Kids Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

Terms of Use:

  • You may not copy any part of this document (including the content, layout, format, ideas or design) and reproduce it or distribute it as your own work.
  • Please do not copy/paste this info onto other blogs or save this PDF in any online groups or files. Instead, feel free to share the post from my blog or social media sites.
  • The direct link to the PDF will change as I upload an update and delete the previous version.

I assume no liability for app purchases and am not making patient-specific recommendations.

This document was the sole idea and creation of Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, OMazing Kids AAC Consulting, OMazing Kids, LLC, all rights reserved. © 2021 and beyond.
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Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, Founder of OMazing Kids, LLC OMazing Kids AAC Consulting

Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/omazingkidsaac

Personal Professional Facebook Page (linked to OMazing Kids): https://www.facebook.com/angela.moorad (adding“friends” who have a direct role in AAC or Assistive Technology – AAC / AT app or product developers, AAC / AT consultants, SLPs who specialize in AAC, other professionals who specialize in AAC or AT, etc.)

OMazing Kids AAC Consulting Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

AppPeeps Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OMazingKidsAppPeeps/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omazingkidsaac/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/amoorad

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Linktree: https://linktr.ee/amoorad1

Blog: http://omazingkidsllc.com

How to Find Info About AAC & AT Companies (and local vendor reps)

The Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) has a nice directory of AAC & AT Companies. It’s quite helpful when you are searching for info but may not know the name of a particular company: https://www.atia.org/about-atia/membership-directory/. I browse through there frequently to see what’s new.

It’s important to connect with the local vendor reps / consultants for your area. They can provide free training, help you access devices for short term loan, help connect you with their funding department for questions about how to navigate through that process, etc.

Once you navigate to a particular company’s website it can take a little digging to find your local vendor rep / local consultant. So here are links to where you can find that info for companies selling AAC speech generating devices:


There will be separate post with contact info for AAC app developers & a separate post with info about AT Lending Programs in the USA. Your state’s AT Lending Program can be a good option for borrowing equipment for short term loan (especially when you need to try items from a company that doesn’t have a loaner program or what you need isn’t currently available)


Feel free to send me private message on my OMazing Kids AAC Facebook page if you have any questions, find a broken link or know of info that needs to be added. https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/


Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, Founder of OMazing Kids, LLC OMazing Kids AAC Consulting
Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/omazingkidsaac

Personal Professional Facebook Page (linked to OMazing Kids): https://www.facebook.com/angela.moorad (adding“friends” who have a direct role in AAC or Assistive Technology – AAC / AT app or product developers, AAC / AT consultants, SLPs who specialize in AAC, other professionals who specialize in AAC or AT, etc.)

OMazing Kids AAC Consulting Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

AppPeeps Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OMazingKidsAppPeeps/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omazingkidsaac/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/amoorad

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/OMazingKids/

Linktree: https://linktr.ee/amoorad1

Blog: http://omazingkidsllc.com

More clarification about my OMazing Kids AAC Ko-fi subscription page

Hitting “Follow” or “Support – One Time” doesn’t result in an ongoing monthly subscription.

If you had already done a 1x donation and intended to subscribe, please send me a message so I can share the links to the subscriber-only content posted on 2/9 & 2/12/21. The rest of the posts done through 2/12/21 have been viewable to anyone who supported (1x & ongoing monthly).

If you are interested in a monthly subscription, here are the steps:

  • Create your free Ko-fi account (you need an account so Ko-fi will know to unlock subscriber content when you visit my page)
  • Go to my Ko-fi page: https://ko-fi.com/omazingkidsaac
  • Tap “Support”
  • Tap “Monthly” (amount is automatically set at $4)
  • Tap “Donate” (even though Ko-fi has the subscription option I can’t edit the button that says “donate” to say “subscribe”)
  • That will set you up to auto-pay $4 per month via PayPal. I’ve personally used PayPal for several years so I trust it. At this point in time PayPal is the only means of payment. There is potentially an option for me to add Stripe as a payment option for credit cards but the process is complicated and the fees are higher. So I don’t plan on doing that unless there is a huge need for it.
  • You should receive an e-mail from PayPal that can serve as a receipt or log onto your PayPal account and print what you need from there.
  • You will receive an email from Ko-fi when I post new content. When you are on the site you’ll also see a Ko-fi notification (🔔). I will also be posting announcements about new content on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) and my blog (which also has a way to subscribe to e-mail notifications)

Feel free to send me private message on my OMazing Kids AAC Facebook page if you have any questions. https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

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More info on why I chose to try out Ko-fi: https://omazingkidsllc.com/2021/02/10/info-about-the-ko-fi-platform-why-i-chose-it-for-my-new-omazing-kids-aac-subscription-service/
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Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, Founder of OMazing Kids, LLC OMazing Kids AAC Consulting
Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/omazingkidsaac

Personal Professional Facebook Page (linked to OMazing Kids): https://www.facebook.com/angela.moorad (adding“friends” who have a direct role in AAC or Assistive Technology – AAC / AT app or product developers, AAC / AT consultants, SLPs who specialize in AAC, other professionals who specialize in AAC or AT, etc.)

OMazing Kids AAC Consulting Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

AppPeeps Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OMazingKidsAppPeeps/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omazingkidsaac/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/amoorad

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/OMazingKids/

Linktree: https://linktr.ee/amoorad1

Blog: http://omazingkidsllc.com

New content for subscribers on Ko-fi: Groovy Joe – Ice Cream and Dinosaurs

Here’s what recurring monthly subscribers get in my activity page for this book:

* two large symbols (for use on a BIGmack or similar device)

* lists of Core Vocabulary, Fringe Vocabulary and Repeated Lines

* links to the book on Amazon, a Read Aloud on YouTube & free downloads from the illustrator (activity guide & songs)

https://ko-fi.com/post/Groovy-Joe-Ice-Cream-and-Dinosaurs-Themed-Activi-W7W23MM03

See this blog post for info about how to subscribe: https://bit.ly/376ckYP


Feel free to send me private message on my OMazing Kids AAC Facebook page if you have any questions. https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/


Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, Founder of OMazing Kids, LLC OMazing Kids AAC Consulting
Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/omazingkidsaac

Personal Professional Facebook Page (linked to OMazing Kids): https://www.facebook.com/angela.moorad (adding“friends” who have a direct role in AAC or Assistive Technology – AAC / AT app or product developers, AAC / AT consultants, SLPs who specialize in AAC, other professionals who specialize in AAC or AT, etc.)

OMazing Kids AAC Consulting Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

AppPeeps Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OMazingKidsAppPeeps/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omazingkidsaac/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/amoorad

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/OMazingKids/

Linktree: https://linktr.ee/amoorad1

Blog: http://omazingkidsllc.com

Info about the Ko-fi platform & why I chose it for my new OMazing Kids AAC subscription service

I’ve received several questions about my new OMazing Kids AAC Consulting Ko-fi page (https://ko-fi.com/omazingkidsaac). Most folks haven’t heard of Ko-fi so here’s a bit of info.

Ko-fi is similar to the more well-known Patreon platform but different in many ways that made it a better option for me to try:

  • It’s much more affordable. I upgraded to Gold to be able to offer subscriptions but that was affordable to do (only $4.50 per month if paid annually)
  • They don’t take a cut of the earnings (just the fee deducted by PayPal)
  • Payment is via PayPal (both by you & to me). I’ve personally used PayPal for several years so I trust it. There is potentially an option to add Stripe as a payment option for credit cards but the process is complicated and the fees are higher. So I don’t plan on doing that unless there is a huge need for it.
  • It allows the option for me to post content accessible to specific audiences (subscriber only, subscriber + 1x supporter donation, public)
  • It offers the option to sell customized “commissioned” works
  • I liked the look and feel of Ko-fi
  • See this post for more info on the differences: https://medium.com/@kofi_blog/patreon-or-ko-fi-whats-the-difference-e2ce81a4334e

Even though Ko-fi has the subscription option I haven’t been able to find a way to edit the button that says “donation” to say “subscribe”.

How to “subscribe” in order to get access to my exclusive “subscriber only” content:

  • Create your free Ko-fi account (you need an account so Ko-fi will know to unlock subscriber content when you visit my page)
  • Tap “Support”
  • Tap “Monthly” (amount is automatically set at $4)
  • Tap “Donate” (even though Ko-fi has the subscription option I haven’t been able to find a way to edit the button that says “donate” to say “subscribe”)
  • That will set you up to auto-pay $4 per month via PayPal. You should receive an e-mail from PayPal that can serve as a receipt or log onto your PayPal account and print what you need from there.
  • You will receive an email from Ko-fi when I post new content. When you are on the site you’ll also see a Ko-fi notification (🔔). I will also be posting announcements about new content on social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter) and my blog (which also has a way to subscribe to e-mail notifications)

How to cancel a subscription (scroll down to “Subscribed Using PayPal” section: https://help.ko-fi.com/hc/en-us/articles/360007556993-How-Do-I-Cancel-a-Subscription-to-a-Creator-
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I look forward to sharing AAC info with you and hope you find it helpful 😊

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Feel free to send me private message on my OMazing Kids AAC Facebook page if you have any questions. https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

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Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, Founder of OMazing Kids, LLC OMazing Kids AAC Consulting
Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/omazingkidsaac

Personal Professional Facebook Page (linked to OMazing Kids): https://www.facebook.com/angela.moorad (adding “friends” who have a direct role in AAC or Assistive Technology – AAC / AT app or product developers, AAC / AT consultants, SLPs who specialize in AAC, other professionals who specialize in AAC or AT, etc.)

OMazing Kids AAC Consulting Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

AppPeeps Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OMazingKidsAppPeeps/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omazingkidsaac/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/amoorad

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/OMazingKids/

Linktree: https://linktr.ee/amoorad1

Blog: http://omazingkidsllc.com

 

Changing Symbol Skin Tones in AAC apps – short video and handout added to the OMazing Kids AAC Ko-fi page (exclusive subscriber content)

Did you know that you can change the symbol skin tones system wide in three robust AAC apps without the need for any add-on purchases or doing button by button programming?

Yup…. Grid for iPad by Smartbox Assistive Technology, Proloquo2Go by AssistiveWare & TouchChat with WordPower by Saltillo all currently offer this feature and several other app developers have it under development for release in 2021. Such a cool feature to support diversity in AAC 🙌🏾. Knowing that this feature exists is my free Tuesday Tip.

If you want to know more…. a short “how to” video and 1-page handout are available as exclusive content to monthly subscribers on my new Ko-fi page: https://ko-fi.com/omazingkidsaac

My Ko-fi page has a specific focus on providing information and tools for feature matching, short videos highlighting features in apps, ways to incorporate books and toys to keep AAC fun, etc… with a very small $4 per month subscription to cover tech expenses and time to keep resources up to date/sustainable.

Thanks to everyone for your support 😊

Feel free to send me private message on my OMazing Kids AAC Facebook page if you have any questions. https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/


Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, Founder of OMazing Kids, LLC OMazing Kids AAC Consulting

Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/omazingkidsaac

Personal Professional Facebook Page (linked to OMazing Kids): https://www.facebook.com/angela.moorad (adding “friends” who have a direct role in AAC or Assistive Technology – AAC / AT app or product developers, AAC / AT consultants, SLPs who specialize in AAC, other professionals who specialize in AAC or AT, etc.)

OMazing Kids Business Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

AppPeeps Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OMazingKidsAppPeeps/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omazingkidsaac/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/amoorad

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/OMazingKids/

Linktree: https://linktr.ee/amoorad1

Blog: http://omazingkidsllc.com

Are you a parent who wants to try out AAC options for your child?

Are you a parent who wants to try out AAC options for your child? I highly recommend that you pursue an AAC eval (including feature matching and trial of options) with an SLP who has expertise in this area.

This is not meant to put up a roadblock or to “gate keep”. I like to compare it to decisions made regarding wheelchairs. Could you just go pick one out and buy it? If you had the money, sure. But it may not be the best “fit” for that person.

But don’t feel that you HAVE TO wait.

Unfortunately it’s still common to see comments from parents who have been told “no”, “only after we try _____”, or “only after they demonstrate ________ skills”, etc.

Another reality is not every parent will have access to this type of evaluation. This may be even more challenging in the midst of the pandemic despite the best efforts of SLPs to provide these services remotely.

It may just be a little trickier to determine what the best AAC option will be for your child since many parents don’t have unlimited resources to buy several AAC apps to try.

Here are some resources that can help you make informed AAC purchasing decisions:

All states in the USA are supposed to have an Assistive Technology Lending Library program where parents & professionals can borrow AAC devices, iPads with AAC apps & other AT for short-term trial. It’s a great way to try various options out before making purchasing decisions. Find the AT Lending Library in your state: https://www.at3center.net/stateprogram

Even if your state’s program isn’t loaning out equipment due to the pandemic they might have the option to do a short term loan of the software/app.

The AT Program in your state may also know of SLPs who do AAC evals and funding resources (including grants) specific to your area.

You can search for AT Reuse programs: http://www.passitoncenter.org/reuse_locations.php


You can learn about AAC apps by joining the various AAC user groups on Facebook and watching free webinars on the company’s website or YouTube channel.

And there are several parents that share info about their child using AAC:

Hold My Words:

https://www.facebook.com/HoldMyWords/

https://instagram.com/holdmywords

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Lotsacomptons:

https://www.facebook.com/Lotsacomptons/

https://instagram.com/lotsacomptons

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A Star in Her Eye

https://www.facebook.com/Star-in-Her-Eye-143803449128445/

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Uncommon Sense Blog:

https://www.facebook.com/Uncommon-Sense-Blog-123130417730793/

https://instagram.com/uncommonsenseblog

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We Speak PODD:

https://www.facebook.com/wespeakpodd

https://instagram.com/theowensfamilylife


You can see the pricing history for any iOS app on the App Sliced website (gives you an idea of the pattern of when it goes on sale): https://appsliced.co. Many AAC apps tend to go on sale in the USA in April (Autism Awareness / Acceptance Month) and in October (AAC Awareness Month).


Feel free to send me a private message on my OMazing Kids AAC Consulting Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/).

I have 30 years of experience in AAC, have used almost every iOS AAC app in the USA iTunes (Apple) App Store, am glad to share what I know about the features in these apps and refer you on to where you can get good / accurate additional info.


Angela Moorad, MS, CCC-SLP, Founder of OMazing Kids, LLC OMazing Kids AAC Consulting

OMazing Kids AAC Consulting Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/OMazingKidsAAC/

AppPeeps Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/OMazingKidsAppPeeps/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/omazingkidsaac/

Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/amoorad

Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/OMazingKids/

Linktree: https://linktr.ee/amoorad1

Blog: http://omazingkidsllc.com