SwiftKey Android Symbols: a powerful communication tool for people with autism

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    children and adults with autism and other communication gaps often resort to Communication System with Picture Exchange (PECS) to communicate with others. PECS is a communication system based on images and symbols that allow people with communication difficulties to form words and sentences with cards to express, make requests and answer ultimately to communicate.

    Well, based on the PECS communication system are the new application Symbols SwiftKey , a powerful tool that offers a keyboard symbols designed to facilitate communication among people with autism or other communication disabilities.

    Symbols

    Symbols SwiftKey Android offers a lot of symbols classified by categories to make it very fast and comfortable expressing themselves through this application. The person only has to go by clicking on the symbols to form a sentence, and once formed can play audio card.

    Symbols

    Driven by the prediction technology SwiftKey , the Symbol can predict the combination of symbols to save time and help even more children with This time of communication difficulties. Pressing this keyboard symbol predict what the following symbols that come later to form the sentence would be.

    Symbols SwiftKey Android it is completely free, and is not limited to symbols It includes. We can create our own symbols adding images from the camera or gallery. The only snag is that currently Symbols is English only .

    More information | SwiftKey


    News Symbols SwiftKey Android: a powerful communication tool for people with autism was originally published in Engadget Android by Cosmos .







    Engadget Android

    SwiftKey Android Symbols: a powerful communication tool for people with autism
    Source: www.xatacandroid.com  
    December 10, 2015

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