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Picture Board

Picture Board and Picture Board Plus is an easy to use interface for people who are unable to speak or see clearly

Picture Board and Picture Board Plus is an easy to use interface for people who are unable to speak or see clearly

Picture Board

by duncwa llc
Picture Board
Picture Board
Picture Board

What is it about?

Picture Board and Picture Board Plus is an easy to use interface for people who are unable to speak or see clearly. It is intended to augment the existing communication processes when a person is unable to speak and needs to make simple requests.

Picture Board

App Details

Version
3.0
Rating
(5)
Size
2Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Medical
Last updated
October 1, 2015
Release date
August 3, 2011
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App Screenshots

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App Store Description

Picture Board and Picture Board Plus is an easy to use interface for people who are unable to speak or see clearly. It is intended to augment the existing communication processes when a person is unable to speak and needs to make simple requests.

If a person under nursing care wishes to communicate, she/he can use this application to make simple requests via the touch interface. Additionally, the keyboard option allows the Picture Board Plus user to type in a phrase (optionally it can be used with the iPad’s built-in Accessibility features which allow the typed text to be spoken).

Uses:
Person who is unable to talk can communicate simple or complex requests and respond to yes or no questions.
Nursing homes can use Picture Board and Picture Board Plus to communicate with persons under their care.
First responders can use Picture Board and Picture Board Plus to communicate with persons who require first aid.

Perfect for installation on a care provider’s (nurse, doctor etc.) iPad to facilitate communication with patients.

Keywords - Down's Syndrome, Speech, Speak, Voice, Deaf, Communication, Accessibility