Download Facilitated Communicator Board apk 1.0 free for Android smartphone

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Facilitated Communicator Board

Posted by Small Skipper Inc. in Communication | April 14, 2014 | 1 Comments

Apk file size: 2.5 MB

Specially designed keyboard to help communicatively impaired individuals to communicate with the people around them by the help of a person referred to as the "facilitator" supports the hand or arm and helping the individual to point and thereby to communicate. This keyboard will also remove any controversy that the typed language output attributed to the individuals is actually directed or systematically determined by the facilitator. The facilitator can support the hand or arm with the eyes closed therefore eliminates any doubts, and the keys pressed will emit the sound, and will be written on the screen as well.
This keyboard and method is also an important tool used in Glenn Doman Method to teach brain injured children to communicate effectively. Glenn Doman has made a point that brain injured children are geniuses and great potential waiting to be unleashed by right training. By using this keyboard the brain injured children will have more to say to those pessimists and nonbelievers out there, and show their true potentials. If you have a brain injured child, this app will be the best gift for you and your child to show their true self and potential and to build a communication, like me and my daughter, Chloe, who was born with brain injury and whom I built and dedicated this app for. She has taught me thru this app so much about herself in a way I could never imagine possible in the past. So I hope this app will help and work wonders for you as well.

Small Skipper Inc. part of our Communication and have average installs from 10 to 50. Last Update April 14, 2014. Google play rating is 80.0. Current verison is 1.0. Actual size 2.5 MB.

Download facilitated-communicator-board.apk 2.5 MB


Budiman W. Teh

Simply a kind project... One of a kind app, I'm sure many parents and kids will appreciate this project. Definitely a great start, keep it up.

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