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iPad accessibility & word processing

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  • Started 1 year ago by jalukert
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jalukert
jalukert
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Hello! I was wondering if you're aware of supports for the iPad that would make it functional as a word processor for a person using a switch. I've been looking for an app that is a scanning on-screen keyboard with word prediction/completion but am having a really hard time. I've located a couple of switch interfaces that I'll be trying soon, but it will do me no good if there's not a functioning keyboard with scanning capabilities. Thoughts?

Posted 1 year ago
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jmeeks49
jmeeks49
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Hi jalukert,

Welcome to HTG, Words Plus http://words-plus.com/ might just have what you need i am disabled too if you need anymore help just let me know.

John

Posted 1 year ago
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jalukert
jalukert
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I'm familiar with Words+...I'll take a look. Thank you! -Julie

Posted 1 year ago
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jmeeks49
jmeeks49
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Hi Julie,

I did some digging and came up with this http://www.apple.com/accessibi.....ision.html but nothing about switches and to be truthful i have never seen a switch for the ipad but if i may, i just got a tobii and i know it can handle switches you can find it here at http://www.tobii.com/ hope this helps

John

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