Designed specifically for beginning AAC learners and/or those that function at very 'early' levels, teaches early choice-making based on learner interests.
Scan To Pictures (STP, for switch(es)) and Point To Pictures (PTP) are communication (AAC) *training* programs, to help those that might eventually use the iPad to communicate via pictures and/or text. Using a library animations and pictures of real-world consequences, the learner learns to pair their switch action with receiving the actual item (food, toy, activity, person, song, etc.). STP *wants* you to add your *own* pictures that are personally motivating to *your* learner, because many times, only a few specific things really 'get through' to a learner.
STP can be operated via your touchscreen, but it is really meant to be controlled by the learner's switch(es). RJ Cooper's Bluetooth (BT) Switch Interface, or BT Super-Switch can be used. Step-Scan, Auditory Scan, and our very unique Fullscreen Scan are supported.
Before you go to a 'real' communication program, which usually has no 'fun' content, and no 'hand-holding', you will find STP to be a necessary step from cause/effect to more advanced communication apps.
Several other tasks are necessary for basic understanding and learning and are offered as separate apps:
Gold (includes *all* of the above)
After recording, if Bluetooth audio connected, stays there. Before went back to iPad speakers.
Info.plist needed the new key for recording audio.
Built with Xcode 11.x compatibility. Ready for iOS 13.x.
Ratings and Reviews
Long time fan of this program.
So happy to see this in iTunes and in a scannable version. It's been magic for one of my students. Thank you RJ!
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- RJ Cooper & Associates, Inc.
- 45.2 MB
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
English, German, Japanese, Polish, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- © RJ Cooper & Associates, Inc. 1986-2018
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.