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October 6, 2017 - Special Words - Two New Editions

We are very pleased to announce 2 new editions of our Special Words app.

Special Words Web

Special Words Web

Available now!

We have had lots of requests since we first launched Special Words for a way of trying it before buying. We understand that you can't always be sure whether your child will want to or be able to use an app until you've downloaded it.

Now you can do this free of charge, using the new "web app" edition of Special Words, which we have called Special Words Web. You can try it for up to 7 days on at most 5 devices. As it's a web app, you don't need to download it from a store, instead it just runs from our website. You just need to quickly register to use it.

As well as running on iPad, iPhone and Android devices, it also works on Windows and Mac (using the mouse if the computer doesn't have a touch screen). This means you can play with the app even if you don't yet have an iPad or tablet.

Read more and register

Special Words Pro

Special Words Pro

Launching very soon!

As you may know, we have been working hard over the Summer to develop and trial our new professional edition, Special Words Pro. This is perfect for teachers and parents who want to get more out of the app with their children.

Special Words Pro has all of the content and features of the standard edition, but there are some extra things it offers, including:

  • Printing the cards for paper-based activities
  • Access to our growing library of curriculum resources
  • Sheets for recording progress and assessments

Would you like to know as soon as it's available?

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September 23, 2017 - Apple's iOS 11

On Tuesday, Apple released iOS 11, the latest version of its operating system for the iPad and iPhone. We have found one issue that may affect you - see below. This is a free upgrade for compatible devices:

  • iPad Air and later
  • iPad mini 2 and later
  • iPad Pro
  • iPhone 5S and later

All of our apps seem to work well on iOS 11, but if you spot any problems, please let us know so we can fix them.

iOS 11 in-app ratings & reviews setting

Apple have also added a useful new setting, designed to suppress in-app rating and review requests.

You can find this in Settings > iTunes & App Store.

We have never included distractions like these in our apps, but you can always ask us questions and make suggestions, by emailing us or completing our Contact Form. We always reply, usually within 24 hours.

Control Centre on iPad running iOS 11

An issue you may want to be aware of is that on iPads, the Control Centre > Access Within Apps switch is no longer present. This poses a problem if your child tends to swipe up from the bottom of the screen. We have always recommended turning this off, and oddly the switch is still available on iPhones. Raising the Control Centre on an iPad now also displays the dock, as shown here. We have been discussing this change with Apple, and we hope that the switch may be reinstated in a future update.

Meanwhile, we recommend waiting if you haven't yet upgraded to iOS 11. If you have already done so, you can instead use Apple's excellent Guided Access facility to lock your child into a single app (available since iOS 6).
This means children can't just quit the app you want them to be using and choose a different one. It also allows you to disable tapping on parts of the screen - really useful for preventing little fingers finding advanced settings or in-app puchases!

September 11, 2017 - Back to School

September marks the start of our academic school year. For very young children it may be that their routine is changing as their older siblings and/or friends are starting school so they are not going to see them during term-time in the same way. Older children may be starting nursery or school for the very first time, others moving up a year or even transitioning to the next stage but in the same school.

William ready for School

Children may have left their old school and now having had their summer break be starting a totally new school, or have reached adulthood and even starting college. For many it's the start of a new or different routine in their life and of those around them.

Perhaps the grown-ups' daily routines are also changing with changes at home and work, new jobs, going part-time, switching to full-time - so who does the school-run may be different. How children get to school may have changed, or are they starting a breakfast club or have after-school clubs or activities? Some children have moved house so everything has changed and is different to the routines they had before.

Whichever of these are happening to your family, it's the start of a new routine for everyone that includes new faces and new places and new routines. Life never remains the same as we get older - we are continuously transitioning from one stage to the next.

For some people extra help is needed to explain and introduce new faces and new routines, and this is where our Special Stories app comes in. It's being used around the world in lots of ways, at home as well as in school, to help children and adults through school transitioning, home-school communication, and assisting with homework and topic work, as well as creating stories of special occasions and memories.

Last year Maya started the next chapter of her life when she started mainstream primary school and you can read more about this from our blog last year. This September is her moving-up up to the next class along with her peers.

William in Special Stories

For William, September 2017 has been a big change. He's started a new school. Having had 9 years at his last school, which was all the way through Nursery, Reception, Key Stage 1 and then Key Stage 2 he has now started Key Stage 3 at our local mainstream comprehensive school.

We bought his new uniform before the summer holidays and he had transition days last term with his peers as well as summer school, so plenty of opportunity to meet new teachers and friends and settle in. Just before school started we dropped off his old uniform to his primary school and said our goodbyes again. We bought new school shoes, pens and stationery and all the things needed to start school. Buying a new uniform and passing on his old uniform is all part of transitioning from one school to the next. The following day it was waking up bright and early, on with a brand new uniform, and off to school with all the kit. A new routine as term started and the summer holiday ended.

Having used Special Stories there were lots of stories about his new school that he'd helped create, and read for us all to get familiar with new teachers and his new routine before it all started. We've used Special Stories since 2011 and have many stories of what he's done over the years inside and outside school - time on holiday, weekends with friends and family, and all the special occasions we've had. It's been good to look back on where he's been and the progress he has made.

The day was silent without him, and we all wondered what he had been doing and how he had got on. When he came home smiling from ear to ear, we looked at his iPad together and talked about his day. We hope your new term is off to a great start too!

September 1, 2017 - Happy Birthday to Special Words!

Happy Birthday to Special Words

Six years today we launched our first app, Special Words.

Since then it has been helping thousands of children around the world with their speech, sight vocabulary, and much more. It's now widely used in schools and in speech therapy. One father we met at an event in Parliament in 2015 told us this app had got his son to speak.

To celebrate this anniversary, we will be releasing a major update to Special Words for iPad and iPhone later this month, which will include:

  • The ability to print cards and baseboards
  • Sheets for recording progress
  • New curriculum-related resources

Thank you to everyone who has provided feedback and suggestions for improving the app, please keep sending us your great ideas! Particular thanks to all of our volunteer translators.

More about Special Words

Preview the new resources

August 2, 2017 - Let's Sign - My 1st Signs

Yesterday we released a free update to our Let's Sign - My 1st Signs app for children who are deaf or hearing-impaired. For use on iPad, and featuring graphics from the Let's Sign BSL series that's widely used in the UK, the app is designed to help children learn signs for over 150 words. As well as British Sign Language (BSL) signs, it also includes variants that will be familiar to users of Makaton and Sign Supported English (SSE).

Screenshot of Let's Sign - My 1st Signs

New in this update:

  • Data Sharing

    If you add your own photos and audio to the app, you can now share your updated profiles using iCloud Drive.

  • Settings

    The app's wide range of adjustable settings are now all in the app itself, not in the iPad's Settings app.

  • Other Changes

    We've fixed a few minor bugs, and updated the User Guide.

Read more about the app

July 6, 2017 - Apps in Afrikaans

Screenshot of Special Words in Afrikaans

We are very pleased to announce that 6 of our apps now include support for Afrikaans: Special Words, Touch-Words, Touch-Animals, Touch-Colours, Touch-Shapes and Touch-Emotions.

Afrikaans, originally derived from Dutch, is spoken by several million people, mostly in South Africa and Namibia.

We would particularly like to thank Lizet and Derick Horn for their help with the written translation and audio recording.

More about Special Words

June 6, 2017 - Our Brand New Teacher Manual Trial

We're thrilled to announce the launch the first in our series of Teacher Manuals this Autumn – and if you're a professional working in a school or nursery following EYFS in the UK, you're exactly who we'd like to hear from!

We're holding a pilot of our new Teacher Manual for Special Words on iPad during June and July this year. Our resources have been developed in collaboration with experienced teachers and pre-school SEN co-ordinators, and aim to make it as easy as possible to make the most of our apps with children under your care. The guidance within the Manual includes advice on how to enhance learning and development, as well as helping to assess progress being made in EYFS areas.

People who help us

People who help us

Life cycle of a butterfly

Life cycle of a butterfly

We've been busy at work creating a new 'PRO' version of Special Words to be used alongside the manual, and it's been enhanced with lots of classroom friendly features such as reporting and recording results. As part of the pilot, you'll be given exclusive access to the app before we launch it officially – complete with all of its EYFS resources to try out.

What we're looking for from participants includes comments, reviews and feedback on the Teacher Manual, our Special Words Pro app and the additional EYFS resources. We're looking for primary schools and nurseries who can use the collection with their classes over the Summer term.

Special Words Pro

Special Words Pro includes:

  • Sheets for recording learning progress & assessments
  • Printable cards and baseboards for classroom use
  • Access to downloadable curriculum resources

Our EYFS curriculum resources cover areas including:

  • Geography - Transport, Weather, Seasons...
  • History - Stone Age to Great fire of London
  • People & Communities
  • Understanding of the World

We hope you're as excited about our new project as we are, as it's a great opportunity to feedback ideas and suggestions as we develop more in our work to help children with special needs and additional learning needs.

You can apply here to be part of our exciting trial. Be quick to register though, as places are limited.

Register for the Trial Now

We can't wait to hear from you!

May 5, 2017 - Colin's Visit to Ukraine

Colin flew from England to Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, on Friday April 28, as guest of the Ukrainian Charitable Down Syndrome Organization. His visit was organised by Tania Mykhailenko (to Colin's left in photos below), who has been liaising with us at Special iApps since 2011, and has worked tirelessly to get our Special Words and Special Stories apps translated into Ukrainian and Russian.

Tania had gathered together parents and professionals for two 4-hour workshops, one on Saturday (mainly for children with Down syndrome), and the other on Sunday (mainly for autism, including from Autism Ukraine). Many of the attendees had travelled overnight from distant parts of Ukraine (the largest country in Eastern Europe) and even from Belarus (a country to the north of Ukraine).

The first workshop was kindly opened by Creena Lavery, head of Commercial Section at the British Embassy in Kyiv. We were also pleased to have Maryna Maiboroda with us - who had translated the Special iApps website into Ukrainian and Russian.

Workshop in Kyiv 2017-04-29

Workshop attendees on Saturday

Workshop in Kyiv 2017-04-30

Workshop attendees on Sunday

Colin would like to thank everybody who attended for their enthusiasm and active participation, and subsequent positive feedback on Facebook. Tania was an absolute star, for having translated the slides and handouts in advance, and for fluently interpreting between 3 languages for 8 hours!

Max using Special Words

Natasha Solo brought her son Max along for the start of the Sunday workshop. Max has Down syndrome, and will be 4 this month. He had never seen Special Words before, but figured it out incredibly quickly, and totally amazed everybody with what he could do in his native Russian.

You can see the video we took of Max, on our Ukrainian and Russian sites.

March 24, 2017 - Welcome to Sian Thomas

Sian Thomas

We are very pleased to welcome Sian Thomas to the team at Special iApps.

Sian is joining us as a non-executive director, and brings 25 years experience in the finance industry.

Sian received the Barclays Woman of the year award in 2008 for her contribution to Diversity in her role as Head of the Women's Internal Network. Her youngest child has special educational needs.

Meet the Team

March 17, 2017 - World Down Syndrome Day

We're celebrating World Down Syndrome Day next week, as we do every year! March 21st is recognised by Down Syndrome International as a day to celebrate all the gifts a life with Down syndrome can bring, where people around the world take part in raising awareness and fund-raising activities.

WDSD are continuing with their annual LOTS OF SOCKS campaign, and we're joining in too. Don't forget about our free Sock add-ons for Special Words and Special Stories that we created especially for World Down Syndrome Day.

Where is the Sock in Special Stories

Where is the Sock in Special Stories

Lots of Socks in Special Words

Lots of Socks in Special Words

In our Where is the Sock? add-on, there are lots of activities to teach children about prepositions (on, under, in, etc). For use in Special Words, you can always add your own voice for the new words your child is learning and in Special Stories, our Sock images can be used to reinforce language acquisition and sentence structure.

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In Lots of Socks, there are 20 fun and colourful images of socks accompanied by the word “socks” in different languages. It's a fun way to find out about new cultures, and all of the different languages were provided by our wonderful volunteers.

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We'd love to know how you're celebrating World Down Syndrome Day, so be sure to tag us in your Instagram photos and keep up with us on Facebook with whatever you get up to.

March 13, 2017 - Special Words in Russian and Visit to Ukraine

Special Words in Russian Special Words in Russian

We are very pleased to announce that our Special Words app now supports 25 languages, the latest being Russian. Free updates for existing users are now available on the App Store and on Google Play.

We would particularly like to thank Tetiana Mykhailenko (Татьяна Михайленко), the International Liaison Coordinator at the Ukrainian Charitable Down Syndrome Organization. Tetania previously helped us with Ukrainian, and has now provided her voice and the written words for the Russian translation.

Colin is hoping to visit Kyiv (Київ, also known as Kiev), the capital of Ukraine, at the end of April. He will be leading training workshops for Ukrainian and Russian speaking parents of children with Down syndrome and autism, as a guest of the Ukrainian Charitable Down Syndrome Organization.

March 8, 2017 - Northumbria University Research Project

We're currently working together with a group of students from Northumbria University. Quantum Consultancy Team are helping us raise our online visibility on an international platform, as well as helping us understand about customer experience with special educational apps.

If you find yourself with a spare 5 minutes, we'd be very grateful if you could fill out their questionnaire. It helps us with the information we need to make Special iApps even better, and it helps our students with their studies.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact Quantum Consultancy Team via email.

Thank you!

Start the survey here

February 27, 2017 - Celebrating World Book Day

Maya in costume for World Book Day

On the 2nd of March World Book Day is celebrating its 20th year.

It's a wonderful way to recognise and enjoy the works of authors and illustrators and it is celebrated in over 100 Countries around the World, encouraging children to develop a love of books and reading.

In the UK, children and teachers are asked to dress up as their favourite book character.

This year Maya is dressing up as Alice in Wonderland – she loves her beautiful blue dress!

Remember, you could always make your own World Book Day story using Special Stories.

February 22, 2017 - Rainbow Pancakes for Shrove Tuesday

It's Shrove Tuesday next week, and half term is the perfect time to practise being creative!

Rainbow Pancakes

We've made a Special Story about making these Rainbow Pancakes.

It's a fun way for everyone to get involved making tasty treats, as well as giving your little helpers a chance to learn about the different colours you can use when they're being made.

You can follow our guide using this free add-on for Special Stories, or have a go at making your own with your children's favourite colours.

Download as Special Story

Download as PDF

We'd love to see how you get on next week! Special Stories and Touch-Colours are both available from the App Store and Google Play now.

February 14, 2017 - FDM everywoman in Technology Awards Ceremony

Last Thursday night, Bev attended the 2017 FDM everywoman in Technology Awards ceremony in London.

Bev at the 2017 FDM everywoman in Technology Awards

Having been shortlisted as a finalist in the "Inspiration" category, she had a brilliant opportunity to showcase our support of women working in tech. Be it mothers juggling their work and their families, or young female professionals looking to break into the technology industry – Special iApps have always been strong advocates for equality and determination in the workplace.

We were particularly proud to be part of the evening, and we're very happy to have had the opportunity to liaise with everywoman UK. A huge well done to all of the night's winners. Bev had a wonderful evening and made some great connections with lots of hard-working women. We hope to see you all at next year's awards!

All photos and information about the even can be found over on the everywoman Facebook page

February 5, 2017 - Wi-Fi sharing between Apple and Android

Lots of people have asked if it's possible to transfer stories and profiles directly from an Android phone to an Apple iPad, or from an iPhone to an Android tablet. The answer is, with our latest updates for iOS and Android, now you can!

click to enlarge

click diagram to enlarge

Previously, you had to export as an email attachment on one platform, and import from the attachment on the opposite platform. Now you can transfer directly using Wi-Fi.

The sharing options in these apps are very comprehensive (see diagram) but always under your control.

For details see our User Guides

Other goodies included for free in today's updates:

  • New Ukrainian audio and text for Special Words (thanks Tania and Maryna)
  • "No sound" button in Special Stories page editor on Android (already on iOS)
  • Jump to any page in Special Stories by tapping page number (new on Android)
  • You can now choose the standard system fonts in Special Words on Android

January 30, 2017 - National Storytelling Week

Using Special Stories

Seeing as this week is National Storytelling Week in the UK, we're eager to find out about your best Special Stories!

Whether it's an old favourite, a special occasion or one you've made especially for this week, send your screenshots and exports over to hello@specialiapps.org.

At the end of the week, we'll choose one Special Story to feature on our blog – as a thank-you for all of your support, downloads and participation.

Send us your Special Story

January 25, 2017 - Chinese New Year

2017 - Year of the Rooster

Happy Chinese New Year!

The Chinese New Year begins this year on January 28th, and is the year of the Fire Rooster. This marks the end of 2016's Year of the Monkey, and next year 2018 will be the Year of the Dog.

Find out which year of the Chinese Zodiac you were born in, and download our free add-ons for Special Stories and Special Words!

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January 16, 2017 - Updates for Special Stories

We are pleased to announce the availability of free updates for Special Stories on iOS and Android.

The app now supports Romanian and Ukrainian languages: many thanks to Ileana Gheliuc and Maryna Maiboroda for providing the translations.

Screenshot of Special Stories in Romanian Screenshot of Special Stories in Ukrainian

We have added a new option, requested by parents, to turn the pages of a story by swiping to left and right. This is suitable for children who can swipe more easily than they can tap, and know their left from their right! You can use the app's settings to enable this.

On Android, it is now possible in the app's settings to select standard device fonts instead of the fonts we supply. For devices running Android 4.4 and later, printing stories and emailing them as PDF now works for all letters and fonts. Earlier versions of Android do not offer printing: for these it is possible to create a PDF, but only for Western European characters, in a Helvetica font.

More about Special Stories

January 10, 2017 - everywoman Awards 2017

We're delighted to announce that Bev has been nominated in the FDM everywoman in Technology Awards 2017. These awards are dedicated to acknowledging women who work in tech, and Bev is a finalist in the ‘Inspiration’ category. She's been recognised for her active commitment to forefronting the progress of women working within the industry.

Bev Dean with son William

This nomination is especially close to our hearts as both Bev and Barbara from the Special iApps team pride themselves on juggling the business as well as being mothers to children with Down syndrome.

Bev started her career developing software in Cambridge, meaning she's a strong advocate for women who do tech. She hopes her nomination will help women become more confident to be involved in technological work places, while encouraging flexible work environments for working mothers.

The award ceremony is due to take place February 9th in London, and we couldn't be more excited to travel down to meet all of the other inspirational nominees. We'll be live tweeting from the event and sharing content from everyone involved in the run up to the big day, so keep an eye on our social media feeds to stay up to date.

Good luck everyone!

Full press release on Bdaily

December 29, 2016 - New Year Add-Ons

New Year fireworks

It's the perfect time to download our New Year add-ons for Special Stories and Special Words.

We've kept things clear and simple - but with our usual element of fun! Let your little ones see the New Year in on Saturday night and after a lie-in on Sunday, why not make their first Special Story of 2017?

Whatever everyone gets up to, we wish you all the best.

Download for Special StoriesAdd-on for Special Stories

Download for Special WordsAdd-on for Special Words

To import, you need to already have Special Stories and/or Special Words. Tap the add-on link above, to open the app. Select Add new collection (Stories) or Add new profile (Words).

You can then edit the story or word list, to add your own text and sounds. To return to previously-selected content, use Manage Collections (Stories) or Manage Profiles (Words). For help see Support - User Guides.

December 19, 2016 - Special Christmas Stories

We can't believe how quickly Christmas seems to have come round this year! With everyone so busy and with so much to do, it can be easy to forget that we should be spending this special festive time together and making memories with our loved ones.

Baking Christmas Cookies

To help you do just that, our volunteer Jana sent us some brilliant content about baking Christmas Cookies, created using our Special Stories app.

It's really easy to replicate at home, or you can even use this idea to add to your own traditions.

Download as Special StoryJana's recipe (Special Stories)

Download as PDFJana's recipe (PDF)

Don't forget about our free festive download for Special Stories to add even more festive cheer!

December 13, 2016 - Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas from Special iApps

Happy Holidays from all of us here at Special iApps! It's been a whirlwind of a year for us, from presenting our apps in Oslo, Barcelona and Hamburg to extending our team here at home.

We have really enjoyed having Jana & Katha from Newcastle University, Andrew & Lauren from Northumbria University as interns, and the Purple Cow project team from Northumbria, and we hope we have helped them start their careers.

We're hoping for just as much good luck in 2017 - and that you all find everything you could wish for in the New Year.

December 12, 2016 - Season's Greetings from Special iApps!

Christmas is getting even closer! This year, we've created our own “12 tips of Christmas” - a fun, festive and colourful series of holiday tips counting all the way down to the big day.

Each one includes helpful advice of how to get the most out of our apps over the holiday period, so there's no time like the “present” to download Special Stories and try it for yourselves!

We will be publishing the tips on our website during the next two weeks, so watch this space!

November 29, 2016 - Special Words in Romanian

We are delighted to announce updated versions of Special Words for iOS and for Android, now with 24 languages including Romanian.

Screenshot of Special Words in Romanian

Our thanks go to Ileana Gheliuc, who translated all the written text into Romanian, and to Claudia Filipas, who proof-read the text and lent us her voice for the spoken words.

There are nearly 20 million people in Romania, and several million native speakers of Romanian living in other countries. Resources and facilities for children with disabilities in Romania are not as widely available as in many other countries in Europe and beyond.

We are currently working to add Romanian to our Special Stories app.

Download for iPad or iPhone

Download for Android devices

November 17, 2016 - Survey and Thunderclap

What a month November is building up to be!

We've decided to turn our upcoming Impactathon & Celebration into a Digital Birthday Party! Special iApps is 5 this year, and it really couldn't be easier to get involved. We're making some virtual noise with our first ever Thunderclap – you can take part by following this link:

Sign up to take part

When you've clicked to sign up, you'll be part of the growing online community giving us a shout out on November 26th. There's nothing for you to check up on or worry about – one click is all it takes! Then our message will be automatically shared on your social media feed at 12.30pm. It's really that simple to show your support.

We're still very excited about the launch of our brand new Teacher's Manual, and we're looking for people to try it out alongside our apps. The manual is not only aimed at Early Years, but is also applicably adaptable to older children with learning difficulties that need EYFS material to support their development.

If this sounds like something you'd be interested in, or if you know anyone working within the Early Years sector, drop us an email at hello@specialiapps.org and we'll set you up with further information.

Finally, Karen Leigh Anderson from UnLtd Big Venture Challenge and the Cambridge University Centre for Social Innovation is conducting a quick research survey for us. We'd be really grateful if anyone with experience of work within the Early Years sector could spare 5 minutes to have a look into it. We'd also appreciate feedback from anyone working within a pre-school setting like child-minders, or nursery nurses working in private day care settings or school based foundation units.

Start the survey

October 29, 2016 - North East Social Enterprise Festival

We are proud to be a nonprofit social enterprise, and today we are at the splendid Sage building in Gateshead, just across the River Tyne from Newcastle, at the second annual North East Social Enterprise Festival.

Lauren at the North East Social Enterprise Festival William at the North East Social Enterprise Festival

Lauren is in charge of our stand, and assisted by William (aged 11).

William has had some setbacks recently, including needing to wear hearing aids again.

Despite this, he always manages a welcoming smile, and is very pleased to talk to everybody.

October 27, 2016 - Appcircus Competition - Hamburg

Andrew presenting our Special Words app

After making it to the final of Apps para todos in Barcelona last week with Special Stories, we found ourselves this week at Appcircus Hamburg with Special Words!

Our presentation

We sent Andrew, one of our work placement students, to Germany to present the app. The jury were very impressed, and awarded us second place.

Watch our video

October 6, 2016 - Special iApps Celebration 2016

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Every year we hold a celebration to thank our local volunteers and the families we help. This year is going to be different! Our event is over 2 days in Newcastle, where we will be unveiling our new Teacher Manual as well as holding our first ever Impactathon.

Wondering what an Impactathon is?

Curious about what's in the Teacher Manual?

See event details and reserve your free place

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