Tablet Talk

Apps for kids with disabilities Part 1

One of my aims for this blog is to voice opinions on tablets for assistive technologies for kids, especially kids with disabilities. Assistive technology is an umbrella term that includes assistive, adaptive, and rehabilitative devices for people with disabilities and also includes the process used in selecting, locating, and using them. Assistive technology promotes greater …

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Windows tablets? Part 1

Kwez wants me to apologise for not posting for a long while. She knows I have been busy with lots of babysitting, working on paid gigs and my other site (baltree does Ballarat) but she is right. I should share some thoughts on Windows tablets. They were not a big hit originally – the reception …

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Kids learning apps – free but not fantastic

A friend requested some help with locating learning apps for her pre-schooler, so I surfed through the Google App Store for a look at some Android apps to direct her to. Here is a list of free apps I have tried in the last week or so. I am not recommending any of them 🙁