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Early Language Development for Kids who use AAC with ELD-AAC!
Say goodbye to traditional language therapy and hello to interactive play! ELD-AAC transforms language development into an engaging adventure that captivates and empowers young minds with autism.
Build Sentences with Core Vocabulary
ELD-AAC allows users to combine core words to build sentences, starting with simple phrases. Visual cues reinforce proper word order and symbol selection.
Rich Content & Fun Activities
Our software provides the plan AAC heroes need - over 400 engaging, gamified activities to gradually build grammar, sentence structure, and communication confidence.See more
Advanced Multi-Student Analytics
Advanced student performance tracking and analytics to enable educators' better overall insights of each individual student's unique learning progress.
Creator of Language Learning Apps LLC
Susan is a speech-language pathologist with over 45 years expericence working with students with language-learning disorders and complex communication needs.
Language Learning Apps is intended to bring to a wider audience those activities that have been developed over the years in clinical practice and have been used successfully by many children.
QuestionIt is designed to teach learners how to answer Wh- questions by first learning to match the type of word to the type of question, and then learning to find those words in sentences.
QuestionIt uses fading of color cues to help learners achieve success as they learn, and reinforces all correct responses with meaningful feedback and fun fireworks.
QuestionIt contains 4 activity types, which progress from identifying which words answer which questions, answering questions in simple sentence formats, to anwering questions in more complex sentences and in breif paragraphs.
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The goal of SoundSwaps is to assist students to improve decoding and encoding skills through improved auditory conceptualization.
Students will practice seeing and hearing words and learning where and when sounds are deleted, added, or moved to make new words.
Some students have difficulty with awareness of individual sounds in words, of whether two sounds are the same or different, and of the order in which to put them to form a specific spoken (or written) word. These students have difficulty with discriminating speech sounds in sequences and perceiving and comparing the different patterns in sequences in words. They cannot judge the differences between sounds and may delete or add sounds and syllables from words.