ReacTickles provides a series of interactive Tickles through which children with autism and other learning disabilities are encouraged to use technology.
Developed as part of a research project at the University of Wales in Cardiff; ReacTickles provides an engaging and accessible computer environment for spontaneous imaginative play and learning.
Children can develop mouse; keyboard; whiteboard; switch and screen skills whilst being encouraged to communicate, to use fine motor skills and to work together.
The software also works well within mainstream early years settings enabling very young children to interact and learn to communicate as individuals and within small groups. Version 2 improves on installation, interface, creation of bespoke user interfaces, access to teacher and pupil resources and has been switch enabled to further increase accessibility. [+movie] [+source]
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