Random App of Kindness Giveaway: Talk About Food

July 23, 2013 by - 6 Comments

Random App of Kindness Giveaway Talk About Food
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It’s a summer prAACtical Random App of Kindness giveaway! Thanks to the generosity of Hump Software (& Celeste Helling), we have 3 codes for Talk About Food.

Talk About Food APp IconTalk about Food has been developed to target vocabulary building and communication skills. It has been designed specifically for children with low vision as well as those who are having difficulty with language development, or just starting to learn and use words through AAC.  Pictures of food and food categories are high contrast to spark interest and visual attention. Then, the focus is talking about food (hence the app name).  The communication emphasis is on core word vocabulary (Yay!) and building sentences. There are many great features & access settings and you can easily hide and show vocabulary for customization.

The Giveaway starts now and ends on Saturday July 27th at 11:59 pm.  We will select 3 winners for the Talk About Food App. Take advantage of this opportunity to win an awesome app ($3.99).

How Does the Giveaway Work?

  • Enter through Rafflecopter to administer the giveaways (See below).
  • There will be 3 winners (1 code each).
  • Winners are selected randomly through rafflecopter.
  • We will send an email to each winner with their app code for Talk About Food.

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  • Elsa says:

    I just discover Hump Software. Wow ! I felt in love with AAC evaluation genie.
    With the 14 situations of evaluation AAC users !
    what I love in talk about food is the communication display (up to 24 pictures) ! we can talk about food but, during activites, snack ! Cool !

  • Cassandra S says:

    I frequently use AAC Evaluation Genie to gather information during my AAC evaluations.

  • KD says:

    I love to use/model/teach AAC in highly preferred activities. Gross motor play is a big favorite in my therapy room. Using the OT’s platform swing, I can easily target core words in a fun way!

  • Lisa Neely says:

    I use AAC as part of Total Communication for my son.

  • Michelle says:

    I’m a speech therapist who loves to learn about new AAC apps and programs to assist my clients.

  • Caroline Nystrom (Mrs. Tempered Sunshine) says:

    I use low tech AAC with my 6 year old with autism. I haven’t heard of Hemp Software before, but I’m exciting to learn about them!

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