An iPad, iPad Pro with applications (apps), accessories and or cases are great options for use as a communication or speech device. Check out this video about assistive technology devices HERE. Please read on to learn who may benefit from the use of a communication or speech device, what diagnoses or conditions could use the iPad, why you may consider the iPad as a speech device, where to go to submit an intake form and how to go about submitting a request.
There are 2 ways that we can submit an iPad request.
- As a communication device
- For behavioral support
As a communication device:
For behavioral support:
- Attend speech therapy privately.
- Receive speech therapy at school.
- Speech-language delay
- Phonological disorder
- Mixed receptive-expressive language disorder
- Fluency disorder
- Speech-language delay due to hearing loss
- ABA therapy
- Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- Behavioral disorder, disruptive
Speech support apps
iAdapter is a protective case with front and rear facing speakers and amplified sound that makes your iPad a louder, clearer AAC or speech device.
How to make a request:
- Is it up to date? We can typically request a new one every 5 years.
- Is it broken? We can try to obtain a new one.
- Need accessories, a case, etc? We can help!