Free chatable accomidating parents in the workplace
The upside is you have access to premium page sets too.
The downside is it’s annoying that it only allows you to have one i Pad logged on at a time.
Well unless you work in some mythical setting with unlimited funds or have a well established booming private practice, it’s unlikely that you would be able to afford very many AAC apps. App developers have significant costs related to keeping robust AAC apps updated and paying licensing fees for high quality symbol sets and voices.
So we shouldn’t expect these apps to be priced at the same level as other speech therapy apps or kids educational apps. There is a way to get FREE access to the full version of many AAC apps but it will “cost” you some time and effort.
I put quite a bit of time and effort into liking and sharing posts from app developers pages, announcing when they have app sales and even doing reviews and hosting giveaways for them on my blog and social media sites.
Some app developers may require proof of you being a SLP (keep in mind that they may have received numerous requests for a free app from parents or AAC users).
A good AAC eval should also include consideration of features uniquely available in AAC apps but folks don’t often know how to get access to those.
Based on e-mail correspondence it sounded like they are working on making that more readily available to SLPs.
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I always start by contacting that developer via Facebook messaging on their FB page for that app.
I guess the closer I get to retirement the more I feel compelled to share knowledge accumulated over my 28 year career.
The problem is even if there is a free or low cost lite version of a particular AAC app, it is not the same as trialing the full featured app.