For those of you that don’t know, I am actually the mother of 2 autistic children; my daughter Grace who inspired and help me create the App and a son called Liam who is 18 months older than Gracie. [read more...]
After 18 months, many failed purchases and home sewing attempts, I have finally found a way to make the iPad a genuinely mobile communication device [read more...]
Twas the night before Christmas* and across the world Saint Nick’ was delivering iGoodies… [read more...]
If you are keen to try out the Grace App but are wondering how you can possibly afford to buy a device that will suit your child, there are some new options for recycling old mobiles into new smart devices here in Ireland and the United Kingdom. [read more...]
A lovely lady wrote to me last week after downloading Grace App for her very cute son Malachi. She had some problems putting a lanyard onto the Otterbox case, so I sent her a few pictures of what I do with the iPhone 3 (which I use) and she not only fixed the problem but came back with this wonderful guide to setting up an Otterbox defender on the new iPod Touch, with a lanyard.
This means that the user of Grace App can take their communication support everywhere and not just be limited to the desktop or highly supervised situations.* [read more...]
After an iPad was donated by an anonymous benefactor to our “I Want my iPhone for Autism” fund – I knew I had to find a way to protect it in order to use it to demonstrate Grace App to Autistic and other Special Needs kids. (as requested by the donor). [read more...]