Gabby Tabs - AAC for Kids

Gabby Tabs - AAC for Kids

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Gabby Tabs is kid friendly augmentative communication app developed by parents of a non-verbal child with autism.

Gabby Tabs helps and encourages children to communicate at home, in school, and on the go.

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Developed for parents, teachers, and children looking for an easy to use alternative communication method, Gabby Tabs offers 3 customizable tabs, or categories, of things to talk about.
Each tab holds 6 customizable buttons which play verbal messages.
In addition, 5 customizable key words are available to the user at all times.

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Gabby Tabs features:
- No ads or in-app purchases to distract the user
- An easy to use, ready-to-go interface
- Option to personalizd tabs with your favorite images from your photo library
- Option to record your own voice or sounds
- Kid friendly colors and pictures to draw interest
- Compatible with Android 2.3 and higher
- 25 images and 26 sounds to get you started

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Based on our experience with our son, here are some suggestions about using alternative communication methods at home.

1. Allow your child to play around with Gabby Tabs. Give them the opportunity to get comfortable with how it works and what it does.

2. Make it fun. Use Gabby Tabs with your child’s favorite activities. The starter vocabulary is purposefully vague. Encourage your child to request things they love.

3. Show them how it’s done. Going to eat some pizza? Use Gabby Tabs yourself to show your child how it’s done.

4. Be patient. Probably the best thing about starting with a different communication method at home is that you can take your time. Some kids will pick up on it quickly and others will need longer to make the connection or see how useful that communication can be. Don’t give up!

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We want to make Gabby Tabs exactly what you are looking for in an easy to use, affordable AAC.

Visit our website to leave feedback, make feature requests, and ask questions.

http://www.gabbytabs.com

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Recently changed in this version

V1.5 -The 2 bottom "Always" buttons are now customizable!
You can change the text from the default "Please" and "Thank you" to better meet your needs.


Comments and ratings for Gabby Tabs - AAC for Kids
  • (48 stars)

    by Claire Gabuat on 21/11/2013

    Would appreciate if there is atleast 15 choices that can be customized, with this can avoid keep changing pics and children will learn more.

  • (48 stars)

    by A Google User on 16/10/2012

    I have a 3 year old with autism and this app is exactly what I was looking for. The interface is simple and easy to use. It doesn't focus on quantity of words or complex sentence creation which is perfect for toddlers. My 3 year old is already used to doi