Abilipad

By Cheryl Bregman

Abilipad

Abilipad is adaptive keyboard and notepad with text-to-speech functions and word prediction offered in multiple Languages. It can be used as a flexible writing app with students who need different levels of support for writing.

Abilipad

What we think

The app does take some time to familiarise yourself with how to create your own custom keyboard however there are great video tutorials available online on the app support website.

The app is great for people of all ages who require extra supports to complete written tasks with technology.As you type users can get speech support and there are also options for word prediction and real-time spell checking. Great for emergent Literacy learners!

Utilise the Abilipad to support writing and Literacy in everyday activities such as writing in the home and school.
For example:
o In the classroom students can sign in their name for the class role
o In the home children can practice writing shopping lists with parents
o Adults with AAC support needs can write an email to a friend or family member

The Abilipad app offers users with a unique and flexible writing space that allows users to create custom keyboards, create blank documents and share created files privately through email or Dropbox

The Abilipad app offers users with a unique and flexible writing space that allows users to create custom keyboards, create blank documents and share created files privately through email or Dropbox

The flexibility of the app to use be used for school age students and adults who may need some speech support for word prediction and spell checking.The great video tutorials available online on the app support website.

$30.99

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Age Ranges: Adult, School-Age, Early Years

Curriculum: Literacy

Fine Motor Skills Language Literacy
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