A new worldwide app has been released by a Speech-Language Pathologist from the Lakeland. Irmgard Raubenheimer officially launched the new iESLIp (Interactive Educational Speech Language Program) app on Tuesday (Sept.30), after working on it for over 2 years. Through a variety of visual learning strategies, the app is an accommodating tool for teachers and parents to help educate children in the autism spectrum. Raubenheimer says the app is unique for a number of reasons.
The open-ended app consists of 14,000 different graphics and was developed primarily based on her experiences with teaching and working with children in the autism spectrum. The app is available on your iPad for $19.99 and Raubenheimer hopes to make it available on all smartphones and tablets as soon as possible.
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