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...]
A home video montage of Gracie using her Grace App set to the background of a radio interview I did in Australia in February 2011. [read more...]
Once upon a time, a mobile phone was a status symbol, a way to tell the world that you were so important that people had to be able to reach you all the time. Nowadays a mobile is a necessity, [read more...]
Why I wanted to prompt Gracie to use her own voice with the pictures to support her.. [read more...]
My friend Andra, a mom of 2 children on the Autism Spectrum with great organisational needs has reviewed the new visual planner app from Good Karma, the makers of my personal favourite: First, Then. [read more...]
Twas the night before Christmas* and across the world Saint Nick’ was delivering iGoodies… [read more...]
Here’s a lovely new video about using the Grace App on an iPad2 made by Grace App Developer Steve Troughton-Smith. [read more...]
Grace App is great for developing independent communication, but what if your child will not pick up a pen to even begin learning to make letters and write? [read more...]