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Get the top-rated next generation assistive communication solution for children (as featured on iTunes) for less than half the price of older style aac apps!Featured in Apple's 'Special Education' and 'Accessibility' collections of recommended iPad apps, aacorn AAC is the revolutionary assistive communication technology for non-verbal and speech delayed children, with innovative never before seen features and costing much less than competing apps! Celebrated as a genuine break-through by parents, educators and speech therapists and used by thousands of families, schools and speech professionals worldwide!AACORN replaces the outdated grid of folders layout used by traditional AAC apps and devices (where far too often children cant find the words they need), and introduces a radical new research-based design for children that is much easier to use and -unique to aacorn- actually helps children learn language! Here is just some of the feedback from leading speech experts:+ "aacorn signals a revolution in the way we provide AAC support to children.. The first to really capitalize on the strengths of the iPad" - Professor Sue Fletcher-Watson (University of Edinburgh). + "LOVE the word tree! If I needed an AAC this is the kind of interface I would want!" - Dr Robin Parker (PraacticalAAC)+ "I have used every AAC app, In 25yrs aacorn is the most innovative approach I have ever seen! The only one to also teach grammar and expand their use of language" - J.Thompson (SLP)+ "This innovative AAC app really could change the way we introduce, teach and model AAC systems to early communicators." - Amanda Hartmann (SLP)Through a unique system of branching pathways we call the Word Tree your child makes a word choice and new branches with suggestions for the next word in a sentence present themselves AUTOMATICALLY. No More hunting and pecking for hidden single words, and the first aac to focus on the relationships/connections between words!! The difference is amazing and can only be found in aacorn!aacorn bridges the huge gap between laminated picture cards (PECS) and complex AAC apps designed for adults. It can often be more engaging for children, but is also incredibly powerful, making communication more accessible to children who cannot yet type or spell or who find the older grid-based systems so frustrating. Learns to PREDICT what a child wants to say! The only AAC app with this unique and powerful feature - opening communication to users of all ages and abilities. Designed especially for CHILDRENIncredibly easy to learn and setup. Makes makes full use of the features of the iPad (not like other AAC apps that look and act exactly like 20year old devices). Adapts to ALL cognitive abilities and needs The first intelligent AAC software. aacorn recognises each child's needs and adapts itself so that even pre-literate children can make and speak complex sentences! TEACHES Language and GrammarAacorn helps children develop language by visually modelling the 'relationships' between different words! This is UNIQUE to aacorn and very often means children form sentences MUCH faster and expand their vocab AND understanding! REAL Childrens Voices A child isnt a robot and so aacorn comes with real children's voices. Choose between boy and girl English US, UK, and Australian voices, speaking very expressive words. Or use the built-in recording studio to record new voices. Grows with YOUR Child. Change almost anything: create new words and categories, modify or disable existing ones, save favourites, add photos, even use the built-in drawing tools to personalise things.aacorn can and is being used by even the youngest or most delayed communicators, and delivers a number of world-firsts for children with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Down Syndrome, MS, Apraxia, developmental delays or difficulty learning language.