Visual Schedules

    A daily visual schedule is a critical component in a structured environment. A visual schedule tells the individual what activities will occur and in what sequence. Visual schedules address difficulty with sequential memory and organization of time, assist with language comprehension to improve understanding of expectations, and reduce anxiety which can lessen the occurrence of challenging behaviors.

    Creating visual schedules and routines based on a "first-then" strategy using TalkingTiles allows the "first" expectation to be modified, or customized, as needed. Generally, a modification requirement is based on; task completion, the amount of prompting, and/or the individual’s ability to process in-coming information.

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    How TalkingTiles is Helping

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    An individual is able to effectively communicate his/her wants, needs, and emotions through the augmentative and assistive (AAC) capabilities of TalkingTiles on their device. Parents/Caregivers are able to program their loved one’s pages from ready-made content available through the Mozzaz Portal.

    A boy can select a boy’s voice while a girl can select a girl’s voice or vice-versa for better response and a more appropriate experience.

     

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    Parents/Caregivers can grant access to the data being tracked to the individual’s many care providers: a Speech Language Pathologist (SLP), a Cognitive Behavior Therapist (CBT), or a Special-Ed Teacher, all whom support several children at any given time effortlessly using Mozzaz Care to monitor, adjust, and refine each individual’s care plan.

     

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    TalkingTiles has voice banking which allows an individual to record their own voice as well as their caregiver’s voice. For example, an individual with ALS can record themselves and store the audio clips for use after they lose the ability to speak.

     

    Mozzaz Gives Back!

    Working together with the Dell Healthcare team and Give Forward, Mozzaz provided LEEP Forward, a centre for children with autism in Chicago, Illinois, 12 Dell tablets set up with TalkingTiles accounts. Watch as the children's first experience with TalkingTiles.