* This one has bad reviews that center around no access to ports. If you don't want your child fiddling with the charger port area, headphone jack or volume control...this might actually be a good thing! You should be able to find it on Amazon or Ebay.
An update is planned with additional features! For information on all the latest features, consult the most current description in iTunes.
My own son uses Speak For Yourself. He is verbal but has extreme anxiety at times, he uses SFY when he is unable to talk. We also have fun using SFY's messaging capabilities with SFY loaded on Mom's work IPAD 4 FOR KIDS CASEand Grandpa's old iPad. We have been able to see his humor come out through his use of SFY. Speak For Yourself is fostering a lot of communication and brings a lot of joy to our household. http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00L8MU658
What is wonderful about SFY is that both verbal and nonverbal users are finding success in communication via this app- the way it is designed allows the individual to have access to a vast vocabulary - it is easy to hide for those overwhelmed by many buttons, but it is always available. Users can explore the full vocabulary through the "babble" feature. This app grows with the user! The new search function makes this an excellent choice for schools too- everyone on the IEP team can become competent at modeling AAC use with this app- the search feature shows you exactly where each button is located. This means more communication, quicker communication, less frustration.