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Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A Child In Charleston Asks For Oreos And Juice

For a child, asking for what he or she wants to eat is fundamental. No surprise then that this is often the first thing we hear a parent say their non-verbal child did with TapToTalk. For example, we received this email from a mom about the TapToTalk she got for her special needs son:
It's working great! We have introduced it to our child, and he can already request juice and Oreos. The word is spreading like wildfire here in Charleston about this thing! Our ABA consultant is in love with it, as are all the teachers and therapists.
We hear again and again that it is very important to present pictures of a child's favorite foods. That's why you can upload your own pictures to TapToTalk Designer if you don't find the ones you need in our library. And you can record the sounds played in a voice your child is familiar with. Make it work the way your child needs it to work.

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