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    Interact AS Softwware

    With Interact-AS(TM), deaf and hard of hearing individuals can now directly communicate with people who do not know sign language using their PC laptop, netbook or tablet.

    The Interact-AS Professional Edition includes Auditory Science's high quality speech recognition engine, an unlimited number of user accounts, voice recordings, favorites lists for commonly used phrases, sociable audio to enhance conversation participation, automated term expansion, PhraseBuilder™ shortcuts for quickly constructing sentences, customizable voice synthesis engines, plus the ability to add language modules for multi-lingual conversations

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    Ghot-it Grammar/Spelling Software

    Ghotit's spelling and grammar checker starts by performing a spell check and an in-depth analysis of the written text, suspecting every word as a misspelled or misused word (misused words are words that are spelled correctly but are used in the wrong context). Following this preliminary analysis, Ghotit analyzes the English grammar and performs a grammar check based on the words it suggested. The grammar correction takes into account the unique grammar errors that are made by people with dyslexia, dysgraphia and other learning disabilities. These grammar errors are caused in many cases due to spelling problems. In addition to spelling and grammar, correct punctuation is required in high quality written text. People with dyslexia dysgraphia and other learning disabilities tend to produce text with poor punctuation. Ghotit takes this into account, and incorporates additional algorithms and rules to correct punctuation errors too.

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    Simon S.I.O.

    Simon S.I.O. is a software program that delivers individualized phonics instruction and corrective feedback to your beginning readers. It was developed by Dr. Ted Hasselbring of Vanderbilt University who is known for his work with Read 180. In Simon, students move systematically and at their own pace as they learn letter sounds and word families. In addition, students practice spelling words, discriminating between like words and reading newly learned words within controlled texts. Utilizing Simon’s Progress Reports, teachers can quickly check students’ progress on screen or print the reports out to include in student portfolios. 

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    Viking Communicator

    Alternative and augmentative communication (AAC) software platform designed with you in mind. Communicator converts text and symbols into clear speech, gives you computer access and even allows you to control devices and appliances in your surroundings (ECU). Communicate the way you want, when you want, giving you new levels of control and independence.

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    Franklin Language Master SE

    The Speaking Language Master™ Special Edition talking dictionary is for anyone challenged by blindness, visual or speech impairments, learning disabilities or dyslexia.
     

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SMATC Loan Program

This project is funded through the STAR Program by the Rehabilitation Services Administration under the Assistive Technology Act of 1998, as amended in 2004 (P.L. 108-364). $47,000 of this project is financed with Federal Funds. Content of this publication does not necessarily reflect the position or policy of the STAR Program or the Minnesota Department of Administration or Rehabilitation Services Administration.

Minnesota STAR Program
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For more info contact:
Lydell Peterson