A good overview resource to help understand AAC devices and their role in fostering communication and independence. A new feature of USSAAC is the AAC Speaker Connection. This initiative will allow you to invite AAC users to your school and community organizations and demonstrate how they use AAC in their daily lives. USSAAC is looking for more AAC users to become speakers. Just register at: https://speaker.ussaac.org/myaccount/?editprofile&speaker
An excellent Assistive Technology overview from Understood.org, a non-profit dedicated to serving families of kids who learn and think differently. Many of the concepts can be applied to the use of AT by teens and adults. Besides AT, the main site, Understood.org, has many suggestions for overcoming learning and behavioral challenges.
The See How You Eat app transforms documenting food intake beyond itemized food entries into an even more efficient and user-friendly interface with the use of photos to create a visual food diary. Free version includes seven days of meal tracking. Four-star Bridging Apps rating. Multi-platform.
Backpack Health is a free app designed to allow users to store, organize, manage, and share health information. Four-star review from Bridging Apps website. Available on multiple platforms.