The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) kindly funded the addition of these software products and related advice to LivingMadeEasy. The section provides free impartial information on the wide range of software available to help with the use of computers and with Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC). This kind of equipment is sometimes referred to as ICT software which stands for Information and communication technology.
Included alongside the details of individual software products are details of their developers and/or supplier/s. Depending on the information which the supplier has provided, there may be product videos and manuals and direct links to the supplier's website page for the software.
Alternative and Augmentative Communication (AAC) Apps are now available, some are listed in this section. For a comprehensive list of all AAC applications available on the iPhone, iPod and iPad please visit AppsforAAC
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