By Joel Gardner,2014-07-08 11:09
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    Apps for Seniors

Augmentative Communication Devices

    Proloquo2go $ 189.00 Proloquo2Go is for anyone who cannot afford spending thousands of dollars on an AAC device and yet wants a solution that is just as good if not better. SLPs, teachers and parents recommend it for children and adults with autism, cerebral palsy, down syndrome, developmental disabilities, apraxia, ALS, stroke or traumatic brain injury.

    Yes/No .99 :YesNo was designed with one purpose in mind. Provide an easy to use, affordable way for a nonverbal persons to answer yes or no.

    Assistive Chat $24.99 catered to people with difficulty in speech. The biggest challenge for such users when using AAC devices is the number of key strokes or hits required to construct any sentences with natural sounding voices.

Medical Apps

    SoundAmp R lite and 4.99 Works in many situations, around the table at home, watching TV, in lecture halls, at parties, wherever you’d like to hear, or overhear, the people around you! we have tuned soundAMP to provide you crystal clear sound at the maximum volume possible. And with its advanced technology, Photolabler FREE- a way to label photos of loved ones

    Memory Practice $4.99 a computerized duplicate of a simple memory drill. If you or a loved one is being diagnosed with Alzheimers' this app may help build up memory so that future tests will show better results.

    Med Reminder $2.99. 

Be reminded to take yor drugs at the right time. Do not skip a pill any more. 

Improve your medicine intake

    Webmd FREE Check your symptoms, access drug & treatment information, get first aid essentials, and check local health listings on the go or at home, from the most trusted brand in health information.


    Ereaders IBooks, Kindle, Nook- All FREE you need to purchase books through the carier.

    NY Public Library overdrive Rent epub books from the NYC library if you have a

    library card. Take out books for 3 weeks just like the regular library. Life magazine FREE LIFE's legendary photo collection

    AARP the magazine FREE read AARP The Magazine in a format that helps you feel great, save money, and have fun from wherever you are!


    ICookbook $4.99 2,000 hand selected recipes- Just speak the simple commands to move to the next step, manage timers, view notes, and more

    Shredder Chess $7.99 You can play against Shredder, analyze with him and solve chess puzzles. It offers the usual Shredder standard on your iPad. 

In addition to

    the outstanding playing strength of the 12 times computer chess world champion. Shanghai Mahjong .99 it’s the real deal

    Bridge Baron $19.99 based on the best-selling computer bridge game Bridge Baron, Scrabble $9.99 an iPad essential

    Shake and Spell FREE a Boggle alternative

    Netflix FREE need a Netflix account.

    ABC Player FREE watch your favorite ABC shows for free

    Pandora your own free personalized radio now available to stream music


    Weather Bug FREE Get the latest weather information, including local current conditions, extended forecast, severe weather alerts, animated Doppler radar, NPR The app also replicates popular features of the NPR News iPhone app, including playlist, hourly newscasts,station finder, and sharing. And, we are already working on future enhancements for our next release.

    CNBC RT FREE only free app that delivers Real-Time quotes before, during and after market hours

Writing Apps

    Dragon Dictation FREE ragon Dictation is an easy-to-use voice recognition application powered by Dragon? NaturallySpeaking?

    Dragon Search FREE Simply speak your search queries and get simultaneous results from a variety of top websites

    Evernote FREE Evernote turns the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad into an extension of your brain, helping you remember anything and everything that happens in your life. Noteshelf $4.99 Noteshelf utilizes optimized handwriting functions to enable users to quickly and easily input notes within the app by hand without worry.

    For writing a stylus is a nice addition. Boxwave and Alupen are both good. Alu is heavier and better for those who have fine motor difficulty.

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