Information about Speech and Language
Just because someone with autism can’t speak, it doesn’t mean that they are unable to communicate or understand what’s happening around them. Today, technology has made it easier for so many on the spectrum to be heard. Here are links to information on our website related to speech and language:
AAC and Speech Apps + Assistive Technology
iMums AAC App Recommendations – How Nonverbal Children are Activating their Voices
Interview with Avaz CEO: Avaz: Innovative Augmentative Alternative Communication App
Aiko and Egor – Transforming the Way to Engage with Autistic Children
Mighty League Mom App Review – Sign Me a Story
Appropo Software’s Sayin’ It Sam – What’s to Say about Sayin’ It Sam for the Autism Community?
- Autism and Echolalia: 4 Tips for Using it Productively
- Don’t Read My Mind, Ask Instead
- The Mechanics of Communication
- Halloween and Autism: “Tricks” to Make Halloween a “Treat”
- Tips on Gardening with Children on the Autism Spectrum
How Do People with Autism Communicate? Bluebee TeeVee for Kids
Unspoken – Documentary exploring Emma, a non-fluent speaker who challenges societal judgement surrounding autism.
Our website at Geek Club Books is a platform for autistic voices, positive autism advocacy and education, and sharing autism resources we think you’ll want to know about. Here are additional categories we cover and questions we explore: