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DAF Assistant

DAF Assistant
developed by Artefact LLC, USA


Improving communicationSupport to deal with symptoms/disabilities

English

Cost: Android: £3.15 [approximately €4.45, $4.89], Apple: £7.99 [approximately €11.29, $12.39]

Helps people who have a stuttering problem to speak more fluently.

"This app is meant for people who stutter. It uses delayed auditory feedback (DAF) and frequency-shifting auditory feedback (FAF) to help speakers control their speech fluency, pitch and rate – with the goal of improving confidence and speech skills. DAF delays the voice, while FAF changes the pitch. While the app cannot yet be used for phone calls, it can be used with Bluetooth or the Apple earphones with remote and microphone."  Central Coast Children's Foundation (CCCF), USA | http://bit.ly/18Rz4cU


Tags: Disability

Talkforme

Talkforme
developed by iWord Ltd, Ireland


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities

English

Cost: £69.40 [approximately €99.99, $108.30]

Communication tool that allows a user to convey needs through photographs taken with the phone, and sentences typed in.

“County Louth man, Karl McEvoy, who has a rare neurological movement disorder known as dystonia, has been given the gift of speech, thanks to a new revolutionary app developed by his father. Karl, now 21 years old, developed dystonia at four years of age, resulting in him being unable to communicate verbally with many people (apart from his family). The new app, ‘Talkforme’, has been developed by his father, Hugh, and gives people with a range of speech-impaired disabilities a tool to get their voices heard.” Dystonia Ireland | http://bit.ly/RDA5vi


Tags: Disability

Tap Tap

Tap Tap
developed by Designs in Blue, USA


Support to deal with symptoms/disabilities

English

Cost: £1.91 [approximately €2.37, $2.99]

Vibrates the phone to alert a user who is deaf (or hearing impaired) that a sound which might be relevant to them is occurring nearby (for instance, someone might be calling out to them).

“ ‘Tap Tap’ alerts the user when a loud noise has been made near them.” National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS), UK | PatientView survey, July-August 2012


Tags: Disability

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