Avaz: A picture-based communication system that improves language skills, not just in speech therapy sessions but real life, with good voice synthesis and helpful guidance for parents.
Talkitt: If you have a child who doesn’t speak clearly, you know how frustrating that can be. Talkitt helps make that same speech understandable.
Look at me: Kids who have trouble talking to other people get help reading expressions, remembering faces and expressing themselves.
Rogervoice: A simple idea—turning voice into text—means kids who don’t hear well can use a phone.
Speaking pad: A child who has trouble hearing or speaking but old enough to type can talk with the help of their phone and this this app. This one’s for android but there are many others like it now.
HearYouNow: Parents often see that their special needs kid isn’t hearing the way other kids do, and often learn that we experts don’t always know why. This free, adjustable app makes it easier to hear clearly in noisy settings or in front of a TV.
Smart Toothbrush: A smart toothbrush can be hundreds of dollars but more are now available for less than $50 and they can really make a difference. Amazingly teaching a child about oral health is an important life skill, sometimes the act of brushing teeth can be a challenge. Smart toothbrushes make life easier for those with grip and coordination issues by requiring less manual movement, built in pressure sensors, and timers!