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FirstTyping

FirstTyping is a powerful educational tool for autistic patients and typical toddlers. FirstTyping introduces concept of typing without the complexity ...

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FirstTyping is a powerful educational tool for autistic patients and typical toddlers. FirstTyping introduces concept of typing without the complexity of the full keyboard. It uses a mini keyboard of 3 buttons, which has an extra big size, ideal for users with motor skill difficulties. Each touch of the button will cause the speaking of the sound of the letter touched. FirstTyping introduces spelling by using only 3-letter-long animal names. The sequence of letters for input is randomized. After three unsuccessful trial, the target button will be shown one at a time in correct sequence at its original location, with other buttons greyed out. So users can learn the correct way by themselves. Successful typing will be rewarded by a short video of firework with music. All the animal pictures are real photos of animals instead of cartoon images. This is specially important for autism patients who have difficulty associate cartoon image with real life animal. Most of the animals chosen are very familiar animals in daily life. FirstTyping aims to lay the initial foundation for full blown typing skill, which can become the alternative communication method of nonverbal autism patients. FirstTyping is autism patient tested. It is the first step for autistic patient to learn spelling and typing at same time. FirstTyping can be downloaded and played on iphone, ipod and ipad.

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Technical specifications

Version: 3.0

Size: 1.97 MB

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Price: 0,00 €

Day of release: 0000-00-0

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