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A simplistic approach to the Agent Action Object communication model for people with a disability
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README.md

Tap Talk

Purpose

This app is an idea that was brought to me by an old friend. She works as a special education specialist and found that there were no good products out there that were simple enough for a lot of disabled children to use.

The children used the AAO (Agent Action Object) method of communication which has been traditionally been done using printed out cards for them to point at. If they could do something similar on an iPad, that would be preferable.

This app works by letting the caretaker load in all the custom agents, actions and/or objects they want into spinning wheels for the patient to use.

It can be found on the App Store for download to support my development.

Contributing

Contributors and feedback welcome 😄. I am currently a full time student as well as working multiple other jobs so I make no guarantees that I'll be able to fix a bug.

Pull requests are the best way to see the change you want in the world.

Features (WIP)

  • Update for iOS 13
  • Clean up the source code
  • Add support for dark mode
  • Convert to CocoaPods
  • Allow the wheels to be synced across devices using iCloud
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