I Click I Talk has several unique and critical features that are missing from competing augmentative and alternative communication AAC systems. For example:
Track usage and analyze data:
Teachers and parents have the ability to monitor the progress of a child by looking at the frequency of usage of each of the images that have been clicked during a specific period of time. This feature also assists in identifying if a child has a preference for photos or cartoon-like images. The data retrieved are saved in a PDF file, which can be emailed to parents or stored for future analysis.
Layout and image size options:
Teachers and parents have the ability to choose from several layout and image size options. This feature helps children who are non verbal or verbal and adults with stroke and traumatic brain injuries to use the visual layout that best fits their needs. Also people who are visually impaired can benefit from the larger image size.
Text image options:
Teachers and parents have the ability to create images that contain only text. This feature helps with the development of language. Teachers and parents can start by showing images, then they can introduce the text below the image and finally remove the picture and display only text. Adults with stroke and traumatic brain injuries can use text only images.
Place holder and text image options:
The place holders distance images from one another.
Although I Click I Talk comes with 70 preloaded images with audio files, teachers and parents can still record their own voices. This feature allows non-English speaking children to use I Click I Talk.
Teachers and parents can input text below any image. Similar to the feature above, being able to write text in different languages allows everybody to use I Click I Talk.
Import personal images/photos:
Teachers and parents can import their own images/photos or replace preloaded images using those with which the child is already familiar. I Click I Talk also provides free access to an on line repository of over 1000 cartoon-like images even in black and white.
One device, many students:
Teachers and school systems are suffering budget cuts. The multi-student version of I Click I Talk offers teachers, speech pathologists and school systems the opportunity to use one device with multiple students by creating personalized profiles for each individual student.
I Click I Talk was created as collaboration between a computer scientist and a speech and language pathologist. They used a rigorous research approach during the design and the development of I Click I Talk.
Categories: Special Needs, AAC
Now compatible with IOS 11
Ratings and Reviews
Relatively easy to use
Love the ease that you can personalize it for each student with photographs of them and their interests. Engages the student.
Great for kids
We are using this app in our school system and we haven't both on the iPad and on the laptop. The iPad version is super easy to use! I can create custom activities for my students using either photos I take with the iPad, clip art, google images or the repository. With just a few clicks your students can be on their way to learning a functional communication system.
I recently purchased the i click i talk multiuser version and I'm absolutely loving it. As an SLP working in Portsmouth Public Schools with three autistic classrooms ranging from K to grade six, this application is a definite must have.
Best wishes and continued success,
Shelly S. Redd, MA, CCC-SLP
- Gianluca De Leo
- 9.9 MB
Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPad.
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.