Yep, I'm here, giving away again and I have FIVE codes for this new AAC app for kids.
Words on Wheels is a new, communicative app on the market. It is fully customizable and comes with 50 pre-loaded images for immediate use . It is described as suitable for all those who have difficulty with verbal communication.
Also, I like that 5% of the sales of this app goes to the Autism Society- that's a generous and commendable gesture on the part of the developers.
If you think you could use this app, please enter using the Rafflecopter. Good luck everyone!
You can also purchase Words on Wheels for $19.99. If you'd like to do that, please support Smart Apps for Kids by using this download link.
Words on Wheels is an unique, fully customized tool to allow children suffering from autism or any other language deficit to easily and effectively communicate their basics needs and wants. It is a replacement of physical PECS and turns an iPad™ into an augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) device for your child.
The application’s main purpose is to let non-verbal children communicate what they want quickly and easily. However, it can also be used as part of a child’s ABA therapy to teach basic language skills.
• Simple and fun to use through the easy to use, colorful and intuitive user interface.
• Photo and Voice library containing 50 preloaded images representing most common words and 5 empty spaces for your own images. Additional image space can be purchased in packages of 5 ($0.99), 25 ($2.99) and 50 ($4.99) images. There is no limit to number of packages purchased.
• Full customization to your needs, create albums by taking pictures on the fly with camera and record audio in your own, native language.
• Order of the images is always retained, so kids don't get confused. Ability to erase rows of images and make it simpler for younger age kids (2-5 years old).
• Password protected editing mode for parents to prevent kids inadvertently delating or changing the content.
***5% of proceeds from Words on Wheels app sales will go to the Autism Society and will help support autism education, awareness, advocacy, research, and most importantly, families living with autism.***