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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We had posted the below question on our FB-page and got some great responses. The answer to the question is Option ( C ). {Disclaimer: The ‘correct’ answer varies according to the communication level of the child. We would suggest you to consult the child’s therapist for the best advice.} Post by AVAZ – Making […]

January 15th, 2015

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Specialized AAC(Augmentative and Alternative Communication) jargon makes AAC decisions difficult. Many of the questions that researchers have studied over the last few years are loaded with complex terminology. For example: Is a vocabulary based on core words different from a pragmatically oriented vocabulary? How do we deal with multi-graded vocabulary that a child has to grow […]

January 15th, 2015

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We are back, with the Avaz Communication Challenge!! Johnny is a 7-year-old and communicates in 1-2 words. He returns from school and shows you a fish he made in crafts class. He uses his AAC device to say “BIG FISH”. You expand his utterance with “Yes! This is a big fish”. Now, what is the […]

January 13th, 2015

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A few days back, we posed the following question to our Facebook community. We got some great responses. Post by AVAZ – Making every voice heard. Our answer to the question is (B). We asked this question because we wanted to explore the topic of ‘Expansion in developing language’. First, a disclaimer. The ‘correct’ answer […]

December 19th, 2014

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In general, most children hear approximately 1,200 words per hour, and they learn language by listening to the words they hear every day. It’s difficult to imagine how many times a typical one-year-old hears a word like ‘more’ before learning to say it. Children develop language and speech by hearing sounds, morphemes, words, and sentence […]

December 10th, 2014

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