Imagine someone unable to speak or write. If you could give them the ability to communicate for $300, would you do it? Assistive technology now gives schools that opportunity.
Language Acquisition through Motor Planning (LAMP) is an application that allows users to select icons that represent words. The app then says the word or sentence aloud.
Schools are adopting LAMP for users of many ages and abilities. Preview the presentation below to find more information.
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