Inclusive Technology Portal | SPD - Singapore
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
05 April 2017
See Sayfullah on his journey towards finding a voice of his own.
06 October 2016
iPad App discounts for the month of October 2016!
15 June 2015
It is now becoming increasingly possible for individuals to use their mainstream devices as an assistive technology device.
06 May 2015
Partner Assisted Scanning is a technique that can be used with a child or adult who is not able to use direct selection as a method.
16 April 2015
When should you start using AT? Can AT benefit very young children? What type of AT should be used?
09 March 2015
The Hero Creator enables an individual to create Super Heros which are realistic and adult-like.
31 October 2014
Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices empower individuals with complex communication needs with the means to break that silence and to find their voice.
28 May 2014
Dan is a twelve-year-old boy with Global Developmental Delay and autistic traits. He uses ‘Proloquo2Go’ (an iPad Communication App) downloaded on his iPad to communicate.
04 September 2013
The user can type their messages in the Flip Writer, and the recipient of the message can read it from the other side of the iPad. This allows for face-to-face communication.
31 July 2013
In this technologically-advanced age, help to implement AAC is often just a mouse click away!
25 July 2013
When Daniel was first referred to the Specialised Assistive Technology Centre (ATC), he was in a stroller. To communicate, he could round his lips for ‘no’ and move his lower jaw for ‘yes’.
28 October 2016
Here's an insight into the first ever AAC Party hosted in Tech Able @The Enabing Village for our young clients with Complex Communication Needs.