Apps can be fun. Apps can be useful. But Apps can also be incredibly important and irreplaceable in people’s lives. This is a short story of how an iPhone and a young iOS developer completely changed the life of Lisa and her autistic daughter Grace. [read more...]
In the 5 years since I began developing Grace App I have paid for and trialled countless cases; Gripcase is the first one I have seen designed SPECIFICALLY for kids. And kids are rough, whether they have extra needs or not! [read more...]
Grace App version 2.1.1 is now available on iTunes and this update includes New languages: French, German, Spanish, Arabic, Danish, Brazillian Portuguese or English [read more...]
If there is one thing that really annoys me it is when people who do not speak in audible words are not being listened to. And by that I mean that the needs, interests and rights of the “non-verbal” are being overlooked. [read more...]
Ganadora de los premios 2010 Irish Web Awards y del premio World Summit Award Mobile de las Naciones Unidas. *
Si ya dispones de Grace App, sólo tienes que ir a iTunes y actualizar la aplicación a la versión 2.1.1 A continuación, ve a Ajustes> General> Internacional> y selecciona Idioma Español> De esta forma Grace App ya estará en español con todas las imágenes personalizadas. [read more...]
I have updated the Grace App Manual to include steps to making your own picture “cards” with text. Please feel free to download and print. [read more...]
Got an email from a Mum this morning asking how to set up “Menu” folders within the food folder for her son who was easily distracted by too many choices. [read more...]
Grace App Communication is pleased to be able to offer a Workshop on the use of Grace App as a means of Independent Communication for people with autism or speech delay as a result of disability or injury – MONDAY, June 25th at 7pm in the TCube, 34 Castle St Dublin 2.
There are a lot of families that could benefit from trying out the Grace App – but they need the device to use it.
It is a big commitment for a family who may have limited means, and a lot of demands on their income due to the pressures of raising a child with Autism. [read more...]