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1 Integrating Simple Voice Output Devices Into The Special Needs Classroom

2 d ON/itch jack for specialty switch

3 D /itch jack for specialty switch  Record Single Message  10 second recording length  1.8 inch target area  Clear plastic snap on cover  Built in rechargeable battery  Connectable for Customizable layouts 

4 Use to label common items in the classroom Attach word under clear switch cap and attach to common items to develop sight word recognition / spelling Use as a signal device for asking for help Connect several together with voice and PCS to sequence a task Connect several together with voice for a spelling test Label with numbers and then attach together in correct order Label one with text, another with sound and match together Create a math addition or subtraction equation Attach photos and names of students in class and use for attendance Label with words and voice and create simple sentences

5 D /itch jack for specialty switch  Record Single Message  2 minutes recording length  2 inch target area  Angled base  Red, yellow, blue and green twist off switch tops  External switch jack for specialty switch operation  Toy/Appliance jack with cable 

6 N/itch jack for specialty switch  External switch jack for specialty switch operation  Toy/Appliance jack with cable 

7 jack for specialty switch  Record Single Message  2 minutes recording length  5 inch target area  Red, yellow, blue and green twist off switch tops  External switch jack for specialty switch operation  Toy/Appliance jack with cable 

8 Record “hello” for student to voice greeting Record ” I’m here” for student attendance Attach using strap to handle bars of bike and record the sound of a bicycle bell Attach to wall next to toilet either using wall mount or velcro and record “ I’m done, all finished” Record ‘snap’ for playing card game Record a sound effect or repeated phase in story Record class attendance to take to office Record ‘Sit’ or other commands for a dog ( PALS – Pet Access League Society visit at school) Record “clapping sound” and then activate to give a round of applause at assemblies/or a cheer for a sports team. Record student’s verbal output to play back to child

9 for specialty switch  Record a series of messages  2 minutes recording length  2 1/2 inch target area  Red, yellow, blue and green twist off switch tops  External switch jack for specialty switch operation  Toy/Appliance jack with cable 

10  Record a series of messages  2 minutes recording length  5 inch target area  Red, yellow, blue and green twist off switch tops  External switch jack for specialty switch operation  Toy/Appliance jack with cable 

11 Record numbers 1-10 separately to help develop counting skills Record pages of a short story so student can listen to story independently Record step by step instructions for a task i.e. morning routine – take off coat, hang it on hook, etc. Record student names and student can activate to take attendance Record ‘Knock, Knock jokes’ Record steps of a recipe. Record a list of daily activities completed at school to send home for student to share with parents Record the letters of the alphabet Record ‘Simple Simon Game’ activities Make a grocery list and attach communicator to shopping cart

12 d  Record a series of messages  3 different levels for recording  4 minutes recording length  2 1/2 inch target area  Red, yellow, blue and green twist off switch tops  External switch jack for specialty switch operation  Toy/Appliance jack with cable 

13  Record a series of messages  3 different levels for recording  4 minutes recording length  5 inch target area  Red, yellow, blue and green twist off switch tops  External switch jack for specialty switch operation  Toy/Appliance jack with cable 

14 Record three short stories, one on each level Record parts of morning circle routine on each level i.e. Date, Weather Forecast, morning circle song Record 3 sets of choices for free time activities Record sound effects for three stories Record 3 auditory tasks Record three colours words and items that are of that colour and use interchangeable coloured twist caps- make it a game and encourage student to find the correct matching cap – great for fine motor too! Record three knock knock jokes Record three songs – each phrase of song with each click Record three vocational task steps Record three gross motor tasks to complete in Gym.

15 switch  Will fit Little Mac and Step by Step Communicators  Mounting plate -use for attaching to wall  Carrying strap – use to carry communicator 

16  A wireless switch brings reliable, immediate switch access without the hassle of cords.  Consists of two parts - transmitter and receiver.  Plug in the receiver into V.O.D and pressing the transmitter will activate the V.O.D  Personal switch can be plugged into the transmitter.

17 N/itch jack for  Dual message communicator  2 minutes recording length  2 1/2 inch target area  Red, yellow, blue and green twist off switch tops  External switch jack for specialty switch operation  Toy/Appliance jack with cable  Clear plastic snap on caps  Clear plastic holder for PCS/photos 

18 Record “Yes “and “No “.Use as a Yes/No communication device Record colours “green” and “Blue” to learn basic colours using twist off caps Attach two different battery operated toys or devices to each activation surface Play Red Light, Green Light game Record “I like it, Yummy!” and “I didn’t like it – Yucky!” when tasting different foods Choice making ‘First’ and ‘Then/next activities Lunch or snack choices Record “ I liked it – great story “and I did not like it” for feedback of story read. Sound effects or repeated phrases of a story

19 N/  Dual message communicator  4 minutes recording length  3 different levels for recording  2 1/2 inch target area  Red, yellow, blue and green twist off switch tops  External switch jack for specialty switch operation  Toy/Appliance jack with cable  Clear plastic snap on caps  Clear plastic holder for PCS/photos 

20 N/itch jack for  3 different modes – Random, Random Elimination and Choice Level 1: Randomization - Randomizes your message selections. Level 2: Random Elimination - Randomizes the selections and once a selection is played, it is eliminated. Level 3: Choice - Allows a user to skip through a series of messages to get to the desired message by activating the surface multiple times in a row.  4 minutes recording length  2 1/2 inch target area  Red, yellow, blue and green twist off switch tops  Clear plastic snap on caps  Distinct white colour to distinguish it from regular step by step communicators 

21 Duck, Duck Goose Red Light, Green Light Simon Says Whose turn is it next? Scavenger Hunt Clues Record numbers 1-6 and use as a dice Bingo Games related to curricular themes What’s The Time, Mr Wolf? Mother, May I? (Use two game plays for request and answer) Red Rover

22 N/  Avoid Fly swatting  Is the student just hitting the device?  Is it a passive action ?  Does the student understand?  Assess level of understanding  Children learn when they are engaged  Make it meaningful

23 N/  Device can be activated by any body part  Turn the device over for easier access  Attach switch to device  Attach symbols,photos, colour and textures using snap on covers  Do not focus on ‘hit the switch’ but the action ‘ play the music’

24  Unlimited phrase recording length/Unlimited number of single messages  Select from a number of geometric symbols and colours  Switch accessible app

25 N/  Unlimited phrase recording length/Unlimited number of single messages  Select from a number of geometric symbols and colours and Pixon graphics  Use your own photographs or drawings  Optional button border  Switch accessible app

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27 N/  Unlimited phrase recording length/Unlimited number of sequential messages  Select from a number of geometric symbols and colours and Pixon graphics  Use your own photographs or drawings  Switch accessible app.  The only difference between The Plus version is that it comes with Pixon graphics.

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29 N/  First Then app is a visual scheduling app  Use your own photos or stock images  Record your own voice to the images  Create as many schedules as you need  Checklist feature  Three visual modes – Full, split and list mode

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31 N/ RJ Cooper Switch Interface Ablenet Blue 2 Switch Interface Pretorian APPlicator Switch Interface

32  It is a set of ready to go printable activities for your special education classroom using their products.  The Wiz is an online resource from Ablenet  You can search using grade level, skills you would like to address and products you would like to use e.g. communication devices (VOD) 

33 Ablenet AbleNet offers a complete line of products and services for persons with disabilities including aac apps, assistive technology, switches, simple voice output devices,mounts, environmental controls etc. Enabling Devices Assistive technology devices used in education and at home, including simple voice output devices. Inclusive Technology Inclusive Technology is a major educational supplier of assistive technology products including a range of simple voice output devices. Tap Speak Button https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/tapspeak-button/id ?mt=8 Tap Speak Button Plus https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/tapspeak-button-plus-for-ipad/id ?mt=8 Tap Speak Sequence https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/tapspeak-sequence-standard/id ?mt=8 Tap Speak Sequence Plus https://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/tapspeak-sequence-plus/id ?mt=8 Switch Accessible Apps and Switch Interfaces The Wiz Diane J. Hall -Resource Teacher/Assistive Technology


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