SmallTalk Dysphagia ($0.00) Designed for people with dysphagia, an impairment of the ability to swallow, SmallTalk Dysphagia provides a vocabulary of pictures and icons that talk in a natural human voice.
Art:The chart illustrates the working ranges of three groups of instruments and the human voice. To help find the range of instruments and human voices on the piano and musical staff, vertical lines mark the location of C at intervals of an octave. Instruments and voices can exceed these ranges.
The Human Voice May Not Spark Pleasure In Children With Autism-The human voice appears to trigger pleasure circuits in the brains of typical kids, but not children with autism, a Stanford University team reports. The finding could explain why many children with autism seem indifferent to spoken words.