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Moondog highlighting a fantastic resource for kids who need assistive electronic communication

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moondog Tue 23-Apr-13 17:50:01

I have posted about Therapy Box before (in which I have no commercial interest, more's the pity). This business really knows its stuff and the trainers are constantly presenting the length and breadth of Britain (usually free) showcasing what they have with absolutely no pressure to buy. Russell in particular really impresses me and he is super knowedgeable and efficient and replies to every email promptly.
They've got some really exciting events coming up so get yourselves onto the mailing list.

Therapy Box

sickofsocalledexperts Tue 23-Apr-13 18:38:51

They look great but can you buy the apps as an individual rather than as a school? I would deffo buy a lot of them !

moondog Tue 23-Apr-13 18:51:18

Yes, of course you can.
Talk to Russell,
Tell him I sent you. wink
He's ace
rsmith@therapy-box.co.uk

hazeyjane Tue 23-Apr-13 19:01:49

Thankyou for the link, Moondog.

I have ds's SALT bringing over a SALT tomorrow who specialises in AAC, she wants to go through an app designed for preschoolers, that she thinks may be useful for ds. I will ask her about this.

moondog Tue 23-Apr-13 19:16:04

Scene & Heard is particularly brilliant

The potential for this is massive.
As a guide to new places, or ways to do things (eg make a bed, board a plane). Also as an interactive diary to share between home and school. Very easy to use.

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