Avaz – AAC App for Autism (Augmentative Picture Communication Software for Children with Special Needs)

Full featured AAC app for iPad and Android. Avaz is designed to make speech therapy more effective, develop the child’s language and improve his intent to communicate.

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Introduction: Twitter chats, sometime known as tweet chats, occur when a group of people tweet about the same topic using a specific tag, known as hashtag (#) that allows the conversation to be followed online. The chats take place at a specific time and topics are defined in advance. We use the hashtag #avazchat for […]

February 25th, 2015

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If you are a therapist, and have been checking your calendar and thinking that it‘s time to evaluate new AAC options Or You are already using Avaz, and would need a brief refresher course, then please join us for a FREE demo of Avaz on 26Th Feb 2014, 3 PM – 4 PM PST. Choosing […]

February 25th, 2015

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Topic: How to get schools to educate your child with Autism, so they are ready for employment Time: Join Us on 26th Feb, 20:00 hrs GMT About our Guest: Debra Ruh is an advocate for the rights of persons with disabilities and founder of Ruh Global Communications. Debra has provided global leadership to governments, corporations, NGOs and DPO’s (Disability Persons Organizations) supporting research […]

February 24th, 2015

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Not every mother would know how to decipher “dah der peas”. But that was what Alex, a child with speech difficulties, was saying from the back of the car one morning when his mother was ferrying his younger brother Andy to school. Trying to guess, mother asks: “What? Doctor please?” She knew Alex had stomach […]

February 6th, 2015

Posted In: AAC, Blog, Language, Success Stories, testimonial

We at Avaz are having a great new year!! As part of our efforts to make every voice heard, we had a webinar on ‘Demystifying AAC’ on January 17. Parents, special educators and speech therapists like you enthusiastically took part. We tried to address the issue of how jargon was clouding the AAC space and […]

January 28th, 2015

Posted In: AAC, Blog, Language, Uncategorized