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What apps are available to help with learning or cognitive disabillities?

What apps are available to help with learning or cognitive disabillities?

Published: Sep. 15, 2022

There are literally hundreds of AT apps, and because the number of AT tools has grown tremendously in recent years, your school district might not be fully up to date on all the available technology. Your child may benefit from:

  • audiobooks
  • speech-to-text apps
  • text-to-speech apps
  • word prediction apps
  • other assistive technology

Check out our article Example Assistive Technology Tools for a list of specific apps and links to resources that may be helpful.

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