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Using Vocabs

AAC Speak vocabulary is design to be each to teach and easy to use. There are a few key things to learn in order to teach but using is all about practice. The more times a word is used, the more automatic the finger movement becomes to say it.

The things you need to know:

1. The most frequently used words (core words) are located on the first screen. These are available as soon as the app is opened. With the 60 button version you get more words than the 28 button version, but some might need the bigger keys if they have limited finger control. Always use the 60 button version if the individual can manage it.

  • The 21 words on the 28 button Home Page are: do, go, have, help, here, I, in, is, it, like, more, not, off, on, see, stop, that, want, what, where, you
  • The 30 words on the 60 button Home Page are: do, go, have, help, here, I, in, is, it, like, more, not, off, on, see, stop, that, want, what, where, you, all, he, no, out, she, some, they, to, yes

                      

 2. Additional core words are stored alphabetically to make teaching the app (and using for literate individuals) as easy as possible. Space is available so you can add more words and if you need to go onto a new page these can easily be created.

 

  

3. In addition to the additional core words, words that can easily be represented by a picture (typically Nouns) are contained with 19 ‘category’ pages. These categories are the same in the 28 and 60 button vocabs. The categories are: Animals, Body, Brands, Buildings, Clothes, Colours, Drinks, Electrical, Foods, Items, Jobs, Materials, Measurements, Nature, People, Places, Sports, Time, Transport

The Pages menu is found by tapping the Pages button 

Learn these categories because if you want to teach a food name like apple, it will be with all the foods in the foods page, not under ‘A’.