Apps for Children with Deafness or Hearing Impairment
We are parents with direct experience of hearing impairment: Bev and Colin's son William (pictured hereabove) had conductive hearing loss and wore hearing aids, starting when quite young.
- All of our apps can be used without audio
- They have no distracting background sounds
- Included audio is clear and spoken slowly
- Options are included to select when audio is used
- Several apps allow you to record your own voice
Featured App - My 1st Signs
Developed in association with Cath Smith, author of the popular Let's Sign BSL Series, and teachers of the deaf, My 1st Signs helps children to learn signs through activities that encourage sign and word recognition.
The app includes over 200 corresponding Let's Sign illustrations, and is suitable for BSL learners and those who use Sign Supported English (SSE) or Makaton.
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All our apps can be used by children who are deaf or hearing impaired.
Our award-winning Special Words is used around the world to encourage speech, as well as to build sight vocabulary and to develop fine motor skills.
You can use Special Stories to easily and quickly create stories, with or without sound. Ideal for learning to read and widely used for home-school communication.
Our Touch Apps are perfect starters for the youngest children. Maya, pictured hereabove, is using our Touch-Shapes app.
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