PrAACtical Thinking Teach Me Tuesday: AACORN

Published on June 17th, 2014 | by Carole Zangari

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Teach Me Tuesday: AACORN

Looking for an app with a very different approach to AAC? Join us in learning about AACORN, developed collaboratively with the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute.

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Carole Zangari

Carole Zangari has been involved in the practice and teaching of AAC for over 20 years. She is a professor of speech-language pathology and has been fortunate to have been able to introduce many children and adults to the world of AAC. "Far and away the best prize that life has to offer is the chance to work hard at work worth doing." Theodore Roosevelt



One Response to Teach Me Tuesday: AACORN

  1. A new AAC app for iPad
    I am one of the designers of Avatalker AAC; an iPad app for communicating for nonverbal children to adults. Avatalker AAC is new to the industry and its interface has been designed to overcome some of the mistakes made by the current apps on the market. I thought you should be aware of it for comparison.

    Avatalker ® AAC is a robust, full-featured augmentative and alternative communication solution designed for the iOS platform (Apple’s iPad and iPad Mini). It gives nonverbal children and adolescents the ability to build phrases and sentences pictographically, which are then converted to audible speech. It features a 1,500+ word vocabulary and exclusive symbol set library by Aurora Symbols that is easy to navigate and fun to use!

    Please visit our website avatalkeraac.com and watch our demonstration videos. I think you will be pleasantly surprised.
    If you would like further email information sent to you or If you have any direct questions please contact us.

    Erik or Norm Nanstiel,
    Avatalker AAC

    Thank you;
    Norm Nanstiel: norm@avatalkeraac.com
    Erik Nanstiel: erik@avatalkeraac.com

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